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My notes on memorials of deeds are the result of dozens of visits to Dublin’s Deeds Registry over the past decade. Towards the end of each day, I tend to be more prone to errors in transcription, or else I leave off significant details. I appreciate being informed of my errant ways. It is the best way for me to find out what needs fixing.
Sharon Oddie Brown. June 23, 2016

 

2016 June 23 version – Later Memorials of Deeds

 

This is a very idiosyncratic list, reflecting my own research needs. In some instances, my notes are not as reliable as the transcriptions done by Nick Reddan and his team of volunteers. The deed material that I gleaned from his site includes the name of the volunteer appended in red.

 

 

Year

File

Mem

Date

Townlands

Transcription & Notes

 

 

 

1833-1839

Killen, Co. Louth

COULTER, Thomas-DONALDSON, Alexander  

1825

25

173

1855 Sep 25

Newry

Samuel BROWN, slater of Chapel St Newry.. land on Chapel St.

1829

8

178

1838 Feb 24

 

OWENS-COULTER Marriage Articles  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1838Feb24-OWENS-COULTER.html

NAMES: Edward OWENS; Sarah COULTER; Samuel COULTER; Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWNE; Simon OWENS sr.; Simon OWENS jr; Robert DICKIE; J. PURCELL. PLACES: Castlebellingham, Co. Louth; Dowdallshill, Co. Louth; Glenburn, Co. Armagh; Julianstown, Co. Meath; Killen, Co. Louth.

1831

1

71

 

 

RUTHERFORD-TENNISON  

1831

1

72

 

 

RUTHERFORD-TENNISON  

1833

1

251

1833 Jan 21

Three Store Alley, City of Dublin

JACKSON, Joseph-MURPHY

Between Joseph JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & only son & heir of Henry JACKSON, late of Patrick St., in City of Dublin, Victualler.. Thomas MURPHY had loaned money to JACKSON and subsequently for 200 pounds had transferred dwelling house in possession of John FORTESCUE situate in Three Stone Alley, Dublin,  on West Side of William St. and adjoining Castle Market 35 ft by 11 ft containing stables and offices, house formerly a Coach house… stables next adjoining formerly in possession of Patrick WELDON which opens into Drury Lane formerly called Little Butter Lane and also all that piece and parcel of land fronting the lane called Chancery Lane 44 feet by 53 feet.

1833

2

77

1833 Jan 26

Dame Street, City of Dublin, St. Andrews Parish

JACKSON, Robert-ALLOTT, Ann

Robert JACKSON of Upper Sackville St., Dublin Merchant Tailor … annuity… Robert JACKSON of 4th part…house #20 on south side of Dame St now in possession of Benjamin BINNS [near Dame Lane] WITNESS William JACKSON son of Robert JACKSON, attorney at law.

1833

2

163

1833 Jan 31

Corrickavilta, Co. Monaghan B Cremorne

JACKSON, Hugh-MURDOCK

Between Hugh JACKSON of Derrygooney. Co. Monaghan, Esq. & Robert MURDOCK of Eccles St., Dublin reciting indenture Aug 6, 1791 Hugh CROFT, then of the City of Dublin did demise to John JACKSON, then of Crieve, Co. Monaghan, all the towns and lands of Carrickavilla for lives of John JACKSON, Eleanor JACKSON & Mary JACKSON … lots more detail and other leases referenced. Hugh JACKSON demised to John JACKSON for lives of Hugh JACKSON, John JACKSON & Samuel CUNNINGHAM lands of Carrickavilla … John JACKSON died March 1824 and in his will left to his eldest son Hugh JACKSON said indenture which Hugh JACKSON then for the consideration of 1,600 sterling set to Robert MURDOCK lands of Carrickavilla, Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan for lives of Hugh JACKSON and Eleanor JACKSON the two surviving lives.. Parish of Aghnamullen.

1833

3

114

1831 Dec 7

Dublin City &

Ballytonny, Co. Wicklow B. Arklow

DARLINGTON-DARLINGTON

Between Robert DARLINGTON the elder of the City of Dublin, Gent of 1st part & John JACKSON of Dublin City, Gent of 2nd part & Robert DARLINGTON the younger of Balletonny, Co. Wicklow, Gent of 3rd part. John JACKSON had demised to DARLINGTON sr. Lands of Ballytonny and Ballynegaddy formerly called Honeycomb. WITNESS: Thomas BAYLY, City of Dublin, clerk to Edward MOONEY, attorney. Frederick JACKSON of Rathmines Road, Co. Dublin.

1833

3

267

1832 Nov 19

Athlunkard Bridge Limerick

JACKSON, Thomas-PAIN, Henry Earl of Limerick-PAINE & Thomas JACKSON of Fanningstown, Co. Limerick, Esq.

1833

4

163

1762 Sept 8

Cordevlish, Monaghan B Cremorne

JACKSON-PERRIN  

Reciting lease of 8 Sept 1762 Alexander WADDELL Esq. Whole tate of Cordevlish 92A, Co. Monaghan

1833

7

269

1833 Apr 30

Monk Street, Belfast, Parish of Belfast

JACKSON, James-JACKSON, John

James Kennedy JACKSON of Belfast solicitor of 1st part; Robert STERLING merchant of Belfast of 2nd pt John JACKSON merchant of Belfast of 3rd pt… land on west side of York St. for lives of John William & Joseph MAGEE, sons of the lessee John MAGEE cooper….

1833

7

290

1833 Apr 30

Co. Clare & Dublin & City of Limerick

JACKSON, John-PURDON, William

Indenture btw George LITTLE of City of Dublin Esq. of 1st pt; John JACKSON of Rathmines Rd Dublin, Gent, of 2nd pt; Rev William John PURDON of Dublin of 3rd pt;… annuity to John JACKSON 1827 pounds released……. Charged on Castle town lands in marriage settlement 8 Sep 1824 Castle town lands of Corbally Ballyhickey Clonagown Gurteenaneelig  & Reis Kreagh in Co. Clare the house known by the name of the sign of the Bear & premises in the City of Limerick John Street in St. John Parish & lands of Claremount in the Barony of Coolock Co. Dublin… more lands in Limerick & Co. Clare…part of parcel of Hollybrook in parish and manor of Clontarf Co Dublin known as Strandville and town and lands of Richenhead in parish of Cloghran Barony Coolock Co Dublin & Town and Lands of Rathbane Dromroe Rathure the twoArdnevdodoges and Rathmitchele in the south liberties of the City of Limerick.

1833

11

15

 

 

MILLS-PEEBLES  

1833

11

80

 

 

BOWES-MARTIN (McCULLAGH included)  Marriage agreement btw Jane McCULLAGH daughter of Robert McCULLAGH & James BOWES jr.

NAMES: James BOWES Jr. & James BOWES Sr. & John BOWES of Newbliss. Robert McCULLAGH & Jane McCULLAGH of Kilnamuddy; John McCARTER of Drumgriston; Robert MARTIN of Newbliss; Rev. Andrew JOHNSTON of Newbliss; James WRIGHT & John WRIGHT of Clinto; Mary BARTLEY otherwise BOWES & James BARTLEY of Ballybay

1833

11

138

 

Tullamore, Kings Co.

JACKSON, James & Mary-LLOYD, William

1833

12

53

 

Cormeen/Carnaveagh, Aughnamullen Carricknaveagh Cremone

Nixon, James-BREAKEY, James

-Killen, Robt Breakey, James

Breakey, James-Killen, Robt

Breakey, Wm-Killen, Robt

1833

12

54

 

 

BREAKEY-KILLOW  

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

William Breakey, Carnaveagh, eldest son of James.

1833

13

10

1833-1839

 

Brickfield, Newry

COULTER, Richard, & - WHITEHEAD, Richard

1833

13

48

1833 Jul17

Lime Kiln, Youghall

JACKSON, Samuel-PARKER, John

Between Samuel Pim JACKSON late of City of Waterford but “who is now of Siston Cottage near the City of Bristol in Glocestershire, Esq.” Of 1st part & John Robert PARKER ... JACKSON demised Lime Kiln & lands now known as Green Park (held under corporation of Youghall).

1833

13

58

1833 Jul 17

Bog, Youghall

JACKSON, Samuel-PARKER, John

As in Deed 1833-13-48 but referencing lands or farm called Town Bog near Clay Castle within Liberties of the Town of Youghall 180A bounded on North by Gortnesaggart & Ballyclemesy on the south by Strand or beach on the east with the Deasert and Clay Castle ...

1833

14

162

 

 

BIRCH-BIRCH  

1833

15

190

1833 Sept 24

Ballyrea, Armagh

KIDD, William-MACARTNEY 1833-1839

Between William Lodge KIDD of Armagh, Co. Armagh & Rev. James McCARTNEY of St. Field, Co. Down reciting deed 2 Dec 1809 of one half of lands of Ballyrea from Wm MAXWELL Esq to Andrew McCARTNEY.

1833

19

200

1833 Nov 11

Tyrone

Btw James BROWNE of Carteel, John BROWN & George BROWN both of Terlugan, Co Tyrone farmers and the only surviving sons of John BROWNE decd. & Margaret BROWNE, widow & Margaret BROWNE & Sarah BROWNE spinster daughters of John & Margaret BROWNE…. Wm STINSON & Mary Anne STINSON ose BROWNE his wife …… 46 acres Terlugow

1833

20

27

 

Leeson St. City of Dublin

JACKSON, Joseph D.-CARROLL, John

1833

20

224

 

Cloneroy, Co. Cork, B. Upper Loughtee

JACKSON, John-MOORE

1833

21

118

 

 

BARTLEY-RAWSON  

1834

1

149

 

Kevins Port, City of Dublin, Parish St. Peters

JACKSON, Allen, Eliza-CHARLES, Thomas

1834

1

177

1834 Jan 13

Lisdown, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON, Agnes M- JACKSON, William

 Btw Samuel CONNOLLY of Raverra, co. Down farmer and Agnes Mina CONNOLLY orse JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt & William JACKSON of Lisdoonan, Co Down , farmer of the other part. … description of land that CONNOLLY made over to William JACKSON of  Lisdoonan – land already in his possession.

1834

1

204

 

Upper Lane Griloughs, Co. Cork, B. Dunallow

JACKSON, Warren H.R.- O’KEEFE, Elizabeth

1834

3

81

 

Corry, Co. Mayo, B. Tyrawly

JACKSON, Oliver, George, Sydney-JONES, Thomas

1834

3

110

 

Corry, Co. Mayo, B. Tyrawly

JACKSON, George-JACKSON, Oliver

1834

3

133

 

Drumaluan, Co. Mayo & Galway

JACKSON, George-JACKSON, George

1834

3

198

1834 Feb 8

Knockagoney, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON, Jane-STEWART, Robert

BTW Jane JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, spinster of the 1 pt & Robert STEWART of Lisburn, Co. Antrim Merchant of the other…. Made over lands in the townland of Knocknagoney, Parish of Holywood, Co. Down formerly in the possession of Thomas MARTIN…

1834

4

74

1833-1839

£600

BRADFORD, Mary-BRADFORD, Thomas

PARKER & BRADFORD – Marr. Arts

1834

4

85

1834 Feb 6

Dublin Dungantown, Co. Wicklow, B. Arklow

JACKSON, Humphrey-SWAN, Benjamin 

Between Humphrey Thompson JACKSON of City of Dublin, Gent & Rev. Edward HAMILTON of Philipstown, Kings County, Clerk .

1834

4

236

1834 Feb 13

Tipperary Tencurry, Co. Tipperary B. Iffa & Offa

JACKSON, Thomas-WALPOLE, William

Between Thomas JACKSON, Millgrove, Co. Tipperary of 1st part & William WALPOLE, Mary WALPOLE & Sarah WALPOLE of Tencurry, Co. Tipperary ... lands of Tencurry late in possession of Abraham JACKSON dec’d together with 6A of wood & 2 A called the Burned Grove as also full free and uninterrupted right of commonage on the mountains of Tencurry in as full large and ample manner as the same were formerly held by Abraham JACKSON ... Parish of White Church & [Tibred?] Barony of Iffa and Offa West & Co, Tipperary.

1834

4

285

 

 

HARWOOD & BREAKEY Marriage Articles 

BREAKEY, Mary-Furlong, Michael – bond

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

1/3/1834. Marriage settlement. Robert Harwood junior, Dublin to Mary Breakey, widow, Dublin.

1834

5

66

 

North Main St, Youghal, Parish St. Mary

JACKSON, Benjamin – GREEEN, sr.

Demising lands in Yoghall – not of interest.

1834

5

225

1832 Mar 16

Drumcondra, Co. Dublin, B. Coolock

JACKSON, Henry – SMITH, John

Indenture btw Henry Vincent JACKSON of Mecklenburgh Street City of Dublin Esq Trustee Exor and Admon for will of Elizabeth SULLIVAN late of Prospect Villas Drumcondra, Dublin… widow of James SULLIVAN  sum of 700 pounds paid to him by Rev John SMITH… premises of James SULLIVAN  in Parish of St. George Barony Coolock, Dublin …she bequeathed her estates to Henry Vincent JACKSON

1834

5

226

1832 Mar 15

Drumcondra, Co. Dublin, B. Coolock

Related to above.

1834

8

202

1833 Nov 18

Co. Carlow Coolinana, Co. Carlow, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON, Henry – JACKSON, Henry jr .  

Lease between Henry JACKSON of Hackettstown, Co. Carlow, eldest son and heir at law of Thomas JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow of 1st part & Henry JACKSON sr. Of Coolmanna eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmanna reciting that premises subject to debts of £850 ... part of lands of Coolmanna sometime known and called by the name of Marshesquarter ... 16A ... as formerly demised by Joseph JACKSON in lease of 27 May 1788 ... formerly demised by Esther JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON by lease 9 Oct 1788 ... meared and bounded by River Doreen on the north by late Samuel JACKSON ...

PRONI T808/8261

1834-8-202 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of Deed of 18 Nov 1833 Henry JACKSON jr. of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow eldest son & heir at law of Thomas JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow to Henry JACKSON senior of Coolmana, eldest son & heir at law of Samuel JACKSON late of Coolmana, Co. Carlow as to the following portions of Coolmana alias Nashes or in Rathvilly Barony, Co. Carlow. 16 ½ leases 27 May 1788 by Joseph JACKSON. Loheska 38 acres leased 1788 by Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON to Thomas JACKSON bounded by River Dereen & Samuel & Joseph JACKSON. Healy & Neals 16 acres Moores 16 acres Murphys 4 ½ acres lease of 9 April 1825 WITNESSES Joshua NUN of Dublin City Gent & his son Henry NUN. Memorial signed by both Henry JACKSONs.

1834

8

203

 

Co. Carlow Coolmana,

B. Rathvilly

JACKSON, Henry-JACKSON  1834 May 1 NOBLETT-JACKSON NAMES: Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON; Joseph BRIEN; Thomas NOBLETT; Henry JACKSON; Andrew STEWART; Francis JONES; Samuel JACKSON; George BARKER aka George PARKER; Joseph BARKER aka Joseph PARKER; Joseph JACKSON; William MOORE; Widow MURPHY; Rachel JACKSON; Samuel SHARP; Thomas ALCOCK; Valentine KINSHALLA (this name may be a misreading of the text); Widow BYRNE; Abraham PARKER sr.; Abraham PARKER jr.; Joseph PARKER; Lorenzo John WALTERS; Michael HICKEY; Oliver MOORE. PLACES: Hacketstown; Coolmana; Nashe’s Quarters; Long Meadow; Soliska aka Loliska aka Starlusk aka Stralusky, Parish of Haroldstown; River Dereen; Charles’s Park.

1834

8

204

 

Coolmana, Co. Carlow, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON, Henry – NOBLETT, Thomas

JACKSON, Henry-JACKSON   

PRONI T808/8261

1834-8-204 Memorial registered 3 May 1834 of mortgage of 2 May 1834 by Henry JACKSON of Coolmana, Co. Carlow, farmer to Thomas NOBLET of Hacketstown, Co. Carlow mt above premises in Coolmana very long.

1834 May 2 JACKSON-NOBLETT NAMES: Estyer [Esther?] JACKSON; Joseph BRIEN; Thomas NOBLETT; Henry JACKSON; Andrew STEWART; Francis JONES; Samuel JACKSON; George BARKER aka George PARKER; Joseph BARKER aka Joseph PARKER; Joseph JACKSON; William MOORE; Widow MURPHY; Rachel JACKSON; Widow BYRNE; Abraham PARKER sr.; Abraham PARKER jr.; Joseph PARKER; Lorenzo John WALTERS; Michael HICKEY; Oliver MOORE. PLACES: Hacketstown; Coolmana; Nashe’s Quarters; Long Meadow; Soliska aka Loliska aka Starlusk aka Stralusky, Parish of Haroldstown; River Dereen; Charles’s Park.

1834

9

18

1834 May 8

North Strand, City of Dublin, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON, Richard – HILL, Thomas

Richard JACKSON late of the City of Dublin but now of Ballafreer, Isle of Man of 1 pt demised to Thomas HILL dwelling house on North Strand

1834

9

49

1833-1839

Dundalk

COULTER, Robert – declining trust.  

1834

9

217

 

Latabeg, City of Cork, B. Rathvilly

JACKSON, Mary – CUMMINS, Nicholas

1834

10

40

 

Penaky, Co. Dublin, B. Rathdrum

JACKSON, Joseph – SWEENY

1834

11

227

 

 

BIRCH-McDONNELL  

1834

11

228

1833-1839

Union St. Belfast

GILLMER, Eleazer B-PLUNKETT, G  

1834

12

9

 

River Bann, Co. Down, B. Ratdrum

JACKSON, Alexander & wife – LAW, Hugh

JACKSON, Elizabeth & husband – LAW, Hugh

1834

12

297

1834 Jul 12

Jackson Moor, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON, Humphrey & - McDONNELL, James

 Btw Humphry Thompson JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq.of the 1 pt & James McDONNNELL of Cashendall, Co. Antrim of the other…. Loan secured by lands of “Jackson Moor”, Dundonald,

1834

14

146

1834 Feb 3

Ballybay, Co. Monaghan,

JACKSON, John – BOYD, Alexander

John Jackson of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan t& Arthur GARDINER of Rutland St. City of Dublin Esq  Assignees of the estates  & effects of Patrick McCLELLAND a bankrupt…

1834

14

261

 

Charlemount, Co. Armagh,.

JACKSON, John sr – REID, James

1834

14

265

 

Anglesea St, City of Dublin,

JACKSON, James-REID, William

1834

15

285

1834 Sep 12

Eadestown, Co. Wicklow,

JACKSON, Anne – PAGE, William

Btw Anne JACKSON orse RIGGS the wife of William JACKSON both of Baltinglass in Co. Wicklow of the 1 pt… rent out of lands in Eadestown, Co. Wicklow to William PAGE…

1834

16

67

1828 Sep25

Grafton St. City of Dublin, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON, Richard – HOWARD, Thomas

Marriage settlement between Richard JACKSON then residing in Moore Place, Town of Douglas, Isle of Man & Mrs. Gertrude STROKER, then late of Dorset St. in City of Dublin., widow & Rev Thomas HOWARD, Vicar of Parish of  Kirk Braddon, Isle of Man. .. Richard JACKSON had property at Drumneigh, Barony of Coolock,, Co. Dublin, held by him under Austen COOPER, Esq., tenanted by John Cooke ROGERS, esq. producing a profit of rent of 46 pounds Irish per year.. She had a house at 72 Grafton St., Dublin.

1834

16

75

1834 Sep 10

Dundalk, Co. Louth

COULTER-Anne-DEWHURST

Marriage settlement between George LAWSON of Dundalk, merchant & Ann COULTER.  Thomas DEWHURST & Thomas COULTER of Newtown Lodge, trustees. … sum of 1,007 pounds  7 shillings 9p. Irish consolidated annuities the property of Anne COULTER was transferred to her trustees until the marriage, and then interest to LAWSON during the marriage. WITNESSES: Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath, Esq. & Robert COULTER of Dundalk, Co. Louth, Gent, one of the attornies.

1834

16

85

 

Drominare, Co. Tipperary, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON, Alexander- HALL, Robert

Alexander JACKSON of Gardmay Place [Gardiner Place], Dublin one of trustees in marriage settlement of Charles FARREN & Maria ORR only daughter of John ORR of Cypress Grove. Co. of Dublin

1834

17

227

1834 Oct 2

Counties Cavan, Donegal, Meath & Mayo

PRATT-JACKSON Marriage Settlement

JACKSON, Madeline E. – FORTESQUE, Matthew

 Btw Joseph PRATT of Corney Castle, Co. of Cavan Lt. Col in Cavan Regiment of Militia of 1st pt. Merwyn PRATT of same place eldest son of Joseph PRATT & Madelina Eglintine JACKSON of Stephenstown, Co. Louth spinster and an infant of the age of 18 or thereabouts; Catherin FORTESCUE wife of Matthew FORTESCUE, guardian… several pages follow

1834

18

253

1831 Nov 11

Dublin

O’BRIEN-O’REILLY

Marriage settlement between John O’BRIEN of Mountjoy Sq., Dublin & Anna Maria Elizabeth O’BRIEN orse. BALL, his wife & Cecilia BALL spinster youngest daughter of John BALL the younger Esq. deceased who was the eldest son of John BALL the elder late of Eccles St., Co. Dublin, Esq. deceased… whereby reciting that a marriage had been agreed upon between Cecelia BALL & Philip O’REILLY …marriage portion 2,000 pounds…. Richard RORKE of 4th pt…… John RORKE.

1834

18

285

1834 Nov 12

Ballnamought, Co. Cork, Parish St, Annes

JACKSON, Jane –CUMMINS, James

Indented deed of mtg btw Thomas FARREN of Gratten Hill, in the North suburb of Cork, Gent & Walter William Harris of Glanmire Rd., in the north suburb of Cork, Esq. Doctor of Medicine and Jane HARRIS nee JACKSON his wife of the second part & John CUMMINS of the City of London, Merchant and Roger William HARRIS of the said City of Cork, attorney at Law, trustees named in the marriage settlement…

1834

19

27

1833 Nov 13

Cahernane, Co. Kerry, Parish Sheridan

JACKSON, George & Letitia – HERBERT, Jane

George JACKSON of Mount Pleasant, Co. Tipperary & Letitia HERBERT ors JACKSON, his wife and one of the daughters of  Richard Townsend HERBERT of Cahernane, Co. Kerry, deceased…. His five daughters:Jane, Penelope, Anne, Frances, Letitia.

1834

19

119

1831 Nov 17

Larne, Co. Antrim, Upper ½ B. Glenarmy

JACKSON, John – ALEXANDER, Samuel

John JACKSON of Larne, Co. Antrim, carpenter of 1 pt. & Samuel ALEANDER of Larne, saddler …land in the town of Larne on the North side of the street leading to Mill from new Town, … parish of Larne. WITNESSES: Miles ATKINSON, merchant; William McCULLOCH, Doctor of Medicine, both of Larne, Co. Antrim.

1834

20

103

1834 Dec 2

Edenderry, Kings Co., B. Coolestown

JACKSON, Matthew H. – JACKSON, Anne

Matthew Henry JACKSON of Millmount, Kings Co. & Anne JACKSON, widow, his mother of Marrion Ave., Co. of Dublin. … sum of 400 pounds to his sister Hannah POWELL orse JACKSON… south side of Edenderry St., Edenderry 78 ft X 54 ft X 200 ft X 400 ft under lease of Marquis of Devonshire & part of the lands of Monastoris called Millmount formerly called Jacksons farm – 150 acres profitable land and 27 acres of bog  together with the Mill dwelling house [?] trees and other improvements and also the Mill dam watercourses flowing to and from the mill at the yearly rate of 50 pounds, in the Barony of Coolestown, Kings Co…. lives of Matthew Henry JACKSON & Rolleston John GRATTON

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1839Mar14-JACKSON-FAWCETT.html

1834

20

145

 

Drumin, Queens Co. B. Tinnehinch

WARBURTON-THACKER

JACKSON, Frances & Mary– THACKER, Joseph

Frances JACKSON of Mountmellick, spinster, youngest daughter of Nathaniel JACKSON the younger of Mountmellick, deceased, …. Mary JACKSON, widow, mother of Frances JACKSON …… town and lands of Drummin, Derringown, containing 333acres & 1r arable land, Irish measure, land that had been owned by Nathanial JACKSON the elder.,bounded on the north by the river Barrow, , p… parish of Rosnallis, , B [?] hinch, Co. … & land of Drinagh & Garroon 180 acres & lands of Clonaheen, formerly in possession of Nathanial JACKSON, the elder, Rosenallis, B. of Tinnehinch, Queens Co. & also dwelling house situate in town of Mountmellick

1834

20

181

1834 Dec 5

Latabeg, City of Cork, B. Rathcooney

JACKSON, Jane – CUMMINS

Jane JACKSON wife of Walter William HARRIS

1834

20

187

1834 Dec 5

Derrydarragh, Co. Longford, B Ratheline

JACKSON, Joseph D. – GREGG, Francis

Joseph Devonshire JACKSON of Leeson St., Dublin

1834

21

10

1834 Dec 12

Magillstown, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON, Peter - BAKER, Arthur

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt &  Arthur BAKER of Balkeary, Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. land of Magillstown, Parish of Swords..

1834

21

11

 

Magillstown, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON, Peter - BAKER, Arthur

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt &  Arthur BAKER of Balkeary, Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. land of Magillstown, Parish of Swords..

1834

21

12

 

Loughmartin, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON, Peter - BAKER, Arthur

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1 pt &  Arthur BAKER of Balkeary, Co Dublin Esq of other pt…. land of Magillstown, Parish of Swords..

1834

21

109

 

Freeloan, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON, Peter – FARRAN, Charles

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1

 

1834

21

110

 

Magillstown, Co. Dublin, B. Athercross

JACKSON, Peter – FARRAN, Charles

Btw Peter JACKSON of Lower Gardiner St., City of Dublin Esq of the 1

1835

1

133

 

Caulogue, Co. Longford, B. Ardagh

JACKSON, John – WIGGINS, Jacob

1835

1

240

 

Colonary, Co. Cavan, B. Upper Loughter

JACKSON, John – BRADY, Patrick

1835

2

69

1835 Jan 28

New Lodge Rd., Antrim & City of Waterford

JACKSON, Thomas – JACKSON, Anthony

Deed of settlement btw Thomas JACKSON of Belfast Co. Antrim Architect of the 1st part; Elizabeth RIDGEWAY otherwise NEWSON of city of Waterford Widow and Lydia Newson RIDGEWAY  daughter of the 2nd pt; and Anthony JACKSON of City of Waterford Ships Broker & Henry RIDGEWAY of Waterford City Merchant of 3rd pt…. George Penrose RIDGEWAY was dead but left to his eldest daughter Lydia Newson RIDGEWAY premises demised by lease of 22 Sep 1789 ground in City of Waterford. Thomas JACKSON & Lydia Newson RIDGEWAY to wed.

1835

2

197

1835 Jan 28

Dromoran, Co. Down, B. Lower Iveagh

JACKSON, Alexander – LAW, Hugh

JACKSON, Elizabeth – LAW, Hugh

John STOTT of Grenville, CO. Down of 1st pt; Alexander JACKSON, of Gardiner’s Place in Co. Dublin Esq. Doctor of Medicine & his wife, Elizabeth JACKSON orse LAW of 2nd pt & Hugh LAW of Woodbank, Co. Down Esq. of 3rd pt… town and lands of Dromorin, Parish of Tullylish … immediately adjoining the mill race of the corn mill of Gilford….more description

1835

3

102

 

Moylish, City of Limerick & Co. Tipperary

JACKSON, George & wife – DELMAGE, Charles

JACKSON, Lydia & Husband – DELMAGE, Charles

1835

3

125

1835 Feb 5

Cavananore

BRADFORD-DICKIE

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1835Feb5-BRADFORD-WALLACE.html

NAMES: Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg; Margaret WALLACE of Roachdale; Robert DICKIE of Roachdale; John BRADFORD of Cavananore; Robert BAILLIE Esq.; Samuel BRADFORD; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD; Hugh McCULLAGH; Owen DUFFY; Robert COULTER of Dundalk; Walter GLASSCOCK. OTHER LANDS: Shortstone.

1835

3

267

 

Farnane, Co. Waterford, B. Decius

JACKSON, Warren – KEEFE, John

1835

4

199

1835 Mar 4

A house, Monaghan, Parish of Monaghan

JACKSON, James –WRIGHT, James

Between James JACKSON of Clones, Co. Monaghan of 1st pt & William TEMPLE of Monaghan, Co. Monaghan, Esq. M.D. & daughter Anne TEMPLE otherwise HAMILL, his wife of the 2nd part; James Wood WRIGHT of Gola & David HAMILL of Rooskey, both of Co. Monaghan, Esq. reciting lease by Brigadier Robert ECHLIN by indenture Aug 17, 1703 leased to George DALGARNOE house or houses garden or gardens  in possession of James KINSALLAGH and John THOMPSON in the Town of Monaghan…. Became legally vested in James JACKSON on the intermarriage of William TEMPLE & Anne HAMMILL widow of the 2nd part; Anne HAMILL spinster of 3rd part; James Wood WRIGHT & David HAMILL of 4th part. Anne HAMMILL the elder had agreed to give to Anne HAMILL the younger 2,000 pounds sterling which had been paid into the hands of James Wood WRIGHT & David HAMILL for future marriage settlement…house formerly in possession of John THOMPSON, , afterwards in possession of Blayney Owen MITCHELL,& Andrew YOUNG, & Richard JACKSON,  & Robert HODGE…

1835

5

45

 

Lickadoon, City of Limerick, Parish Cahirawalla

JACKSON, Catherine B. – MOUNSELL, Henry

1835

6

126

1835 Mar 22

Grafton St., City of Dublin

JACKSON, William – BERNIE, Thomas

William JACKSON of Grafton St., City of Dublin, Harp manufacturer of one pt… reciting an earlier deed of 1824 by Patrick MACK of City of Dublin Linen Draper transferred to William JACKSON dwelling house, workshop & premises…for term of 71 years unexpired….. east side of Grafton St formerly known as 36 but now known by #38… description of neighboring properties bounding his..

1835

6

154

 

Baherload, Co. Limerick & City of Limerick

JACKSON, Catherine B. – FURLONG, Will

1835

6

256

1835 Apr 10

Co. Kildare

Btw John M’LOUGHLIN of town of Monasterevan Co Kildare dealer of the 1st pt.. to Rachel VALENTINE Shopkeeper… land on Drogheda Street in Monastervin… lives of John M’LOUGHLIN, Catherin M’LOUGHLIN & Harvey CASSIDY

1835

6

272

1835 Apr 11

Cullenswood, Co. Dublin, B. Upper Cross

JACKSON, John – BUTLER, John

John JACKSON of Rathmines Road in Co. Dublin Gent of the 1 pt & John BUTLER of Leainster Terrace County of Dublin other pt…piece of land part of Collinswood near Rathmines in the Barony of Upper Cross Co Dublin

1835

6

273

 

Cullenswood, Co. Dublin, B. Upper Cross

JACKSON, John – WILLIAMSON, Arthur

No other info needed

1835

7

16

 

Russelstown

JACKSON, William – JACKSON, James

1835

7

68

1835 Apr 6

Co. Carlow & Queens, Kildare & Dublin & Dublin Town

BROWNE-HAMILTON Marriage arts

William BROWNE of Brownshill aka Chapelstown, Co. Carlow & Robert Clayton BROWNE, eldest son of William BROWNE…

JACKSON, Henry V – VANDELEUR, Crofton

Henry Vincent JACKSON of Mecklenburgh St., City of Dublin, Esq of 6th pt… marriage between Robert Clayton BROWNE & Harriett Augusta HAMILTON NOTE: Long deed – lots of description of lands and names of neighbours.

1835

7

123

1833-1839

St. James, Drogheda

COULTER, Jane-WEIR, Archibald

John ACKLAND of St. James in Drogherda, and Jane COULTER, his wife. Jane COULTER administrix of George COULTER, late of town of Drogheda, Gent, deceased,

1835

7

175

1835 Ap 22

S? Or K?]illivanogue, Co. Tipperary, B. Ikeran

BENNET-JACKSON Marriage articles

JACKSON, Anne – JACKSON, George

Between George BENNETT of Killivanouge then called Sorrill Hill, Co. Tipperary of 1st pt & Anne JACKSON, 2nd daughter of Francis JACKSON of Killavilla, Kings Co., Esq. of 2nd pt; George JACKSON of Killavilla, Kings Co.  and Thomas BENNETT of Eastwood, Co. Tipperary, Esq. of 3rd pt

1835

8

24

1835 Apr 28

St. James, Drogheda

COULTER, Jane-WEIR, Archibald

Jane ACKLAND nee COULTER

1835

8

34

1835 Aril 28

Jervis St. Dublin, Parish St. Marys

JACKSON, Alexander – HICKIE, Rev. William

Alexander JACKSON of Gardiner Place, doctor of Medicine. …land in Parish of St. Mary’s Dublin. NOTE: Need to revisit to see specifics of land… dwelling house on the east side of [?] Turnpike in St.Mary’s Parish…

1835

8

37

 

Pill Lane, City of Dublin

JACKSON, Henry V. – HIGGINBOTTOM, Thomas

Henry Vincent JACKSON, attourney at law, of Mickleburgh St., Dublin executor of last will and testament of Elizabeth SULLIVAN, widow deceased of Thomas HIGGINBOTTOM… land transfer.

1835

9

161

 

Corray, Cos Mayo, Sligo & Galway

JACKSON, George – JACKSON, Oliver

1835

9

201

 

Bawn, Co Cavan & Galway

JACKSON, Thomas B. – DUIGAN, Michael

1835

10

43

 

Ballyduftultra, Co. Waterford, B Cashmore & Cashbridge

JACKSON, George H. – MELVILLE, John

JACKSON, Alice [or Alex] – MELVILLE, John

George Holmes JACKSON of Crogar near Corwell in Co [Stenconth?] & Alice his wife of 1st pt… lands in Waterford.

1835

11

15

 

 

MILLS-PEEBLES  

1835

11

43

 

 

BARTLEY-WHITE  

1835

12

133

1835 Apr 21

Grafton St. City of Dublin, Parish St. Andrews

JACKSON, William – JACKSON, James

JACKSON, Jane – JACKSON, James

William JACKSON of Grafton St., China merchant & Robert NICHOLSON of Clanwilliam Place in said City & Jane NICHOLSON otherwise JACKSON his wife of the 1 pt; James JACKSON of Linley, Co. [Salop?] Esq., England of other pt. new built brick house or tenement #112 formerly #106 situate on west side of Grafton St.,, Parish of St. Andrew, City of Dublin

1835

13

57

1835 Jul 21

Frederick St., City of Dublin, Parish St.Annes

JACKSON, John – BAKER, John

Between John JACKSON of Frederick St., City of Dublin, Gent & John BARKER of Dawson St., Dublin reciting indenture June 3 1803 btw Rev Hayes MEADE of Kilgoblin, Co. Dublin Clk of 1 pt & James SAUNDERS… brick dwelling house on west side of Frederick St.,..details… reciting that the said James SHERIDAN  by his last will and testament bearing date Aug 23 1821  demised said dwelling house with the furniture and linen therin to his daughter Sarah JACKSON wife of said John JACKSON…more details

1835

13

90

1835 Jul 23

Cullenswood, Co. Dublin, City of Dublin

KEARNS-KEARNS

JACKSON, Allen – KEARNS, Christopher

Thomas KEARNS of Cuffe St., Dublin, Bricklayer & Allan JACKSON of Harrold Cross, Co Dublin, house painter… part of lands of Ullienswood,  situate in Anne Street Ranelah, near the City of Dublin

1835

13

13201

1835 July 25

Dublin

Wrong number

JACKSON Robert of Dublin Householder 3 August 1835 Deed of Sale Selling up prior to emigration to Australia Anthony

1835

15

76

 

Drummin, Queens Co. B. Tinehinch

JACKSON, Elizabeth – FLEETWOOD, Thomas

JACKSON, Mary – FLEETWOOD, Thomas

1835

16

186

1835 Sep 30

Ballybay, Co. Monaghan

JACKSON, William – CARRAHER, John

William JACKSON was indebted, and to settle debts leased many of his holdings in the townland of Ballybay. Harvey’s tenement situated on the westside of the street of Ballybay and bounded on the North by James McMURRAY’s tenement and on the south by Elizabeth McCULLAGH’s tenement and now in the actual possession of William HENSON, Co. Monaghan as well as lands in  Lettycrum & Largahamlough… lengthy deed with lots of descriptions of lands…

1835

17

256

 

Moylish, Co. Limerick

JACKSON, George – GLOSTER, Arthur

1835

18

98

1833-1839

Ballynaconaghy, Co. Down, B Castlereagh

GILLMER, James B-AVERY, Samuel  

1835

18

184

1835 Nov 5

Knockaginy, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

JACKSON, William – McCANCE, David

 Re: last will and testament of Rachel JACKSON late of Knocknagont, Co. Down, spinster, deceased of 1st pt.…. also re will of Jennett JACKSON orse Jane JACKSON orse Jenny JACKSON late of Knocknagnagony  spinster deceased  & William JACKSON  of Knocknagoney, farmer & nephew of  and heir at law of Rachel JACKSON & Jennett JACKSON and also Mary JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON lateof Knocknagoney spinsters deceased…lands of Knocknagoney formerly in hands of William JACKSON, deceased & afterward in possession of Rachel, Margaraet, Mary & Jennett cont 28 acres with house…

1835

20

120

1835 Jul 25

Dublin

DROUGHT-JACKSON

Btw Frederick Stewart DROUGHT of Church St.,City of Dublin [Curveline?] Hatter of 1st pt; Julia DROUGHT of Boot Lane, city of Dublin, widow & executrix of Frederick DROUGHT late of Temple Bar, City of Dublin, Hatter & Francis JACKSON of Killavilla, Kings Co.,… reciting earlier DROUGHT leases lands of Fancroft…released to Francis JACKSON lands of Fancroft, Barony of Ballybritt, Kings Co… & lands of Glassluen

1835

20

169

 

Aghaville, Co. Leitrim

GODFREY, John & ors – MAXWELL & ors

1835

20

267

1835 Dec 2

Dunganstown, Co. Dublin, B. Catlereagh

JACKSON, William H. –PHEPOE, Thomas

William Henry JACKSON of Micklinburgh, Dublin of 1 pt & Thomas PHEPOE of other…demised lands Dunganstown, Co. Dublin

1835

21

162

 

 

MUNLEVERER, William-HORNER 

1836

1

130

1833-1839

 

Pallerine, Down & Co. Armagh

COULTER, Mary-COULTER, Richard

1836

1

140

 

Richhill, Co. Armagh, B. Oneiland West

JACKSON, Joseph – RICHARDSON, Elizabeth

Wrong number

1836

2

261

 

Rathgar, Co. Dublin, B. Newcastle

JACKSON, Allen – CRENAN, Bartholemew

1836

3

13

1836 Feb 2

Castletownmare and Raibk, Lower Kells, Co Meath,

Richard Taulman North's conveyance of Castletownmare and Raibk, Lower Kells, Co Meath, to John Gerrard of Gilestown. SOURCE: The Norths of Ireland NOTE: These are lands that were likely held earlier by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1705)

1836

3

103

1836 Feb

Lisburn

OLIVER-McKNIGHT

OLIVER, Henry, Mary, Sarah, Eliza, Jane Robert – McKNIGHT

Between Henry OLIVER of Tannybake, Co. Down, Cotton Weaver of 1st pt Mary OLIVER & Sarah OLIVER of Tannybrake, Co. Down spinsters James LANG of Lisburn, Co. Antrim weaver & Elizabeth LANG otherwise OLIVER his wife; John HEANEY of Tannybake, Co. Down weaver and Jane HEANEY otherwise OLIVER his wife of  2nd pt… Robert OLIVER of Tannybrake of 4th pt. Henry OLIVER deceased wsa possessd of that piece of land on south side of bridge St., Lisburn, parish of Lisburn alias Blaris Barony of Upper Massarene… Henry OLIVER made his will dated June 8 1827 & devised said property to his son, Henry OLIVER….lives were all names of royalty…

1836

4

177

 

 

HENRY, Joseph-BIRCH, ELizabeth 

1836

6

240

 

Kilmurry, Co. Mayo, B. Tyrawly

JACKSON, Oliver C. – WALSHE, John

JACKSON, Madelaine E – WALSHE, John

1836

7

61

 

Schoolhouse Lane, Dungannon, Parish Drumglass

JACKSON, James E. –GREER, Thomas

1836

7

99

 

Moylish, City Limerick, Parish St. Munekin

JACKSON, George – WARNER, George

1836

7

228

1831 Apr 18

Umgola, City Armagh

KIDD, Thomas-KIDD, Joseph
Marriage agreement btw Thomas KIDD of Ballynahone, Co. Armagh. Merchant of 1st pt  who was to marry Sarah JOHNSTON of Lurgen, (of 2nd pt) daughter of the deceased John JOHNSTON. John JOHNSTON Brewer & Thomas Averill SHILLINGTON of Portadown, merchant acting executors of John JOHNSTON deceased of 3rd pt. Joseph KIDD of Co. Armagh barrister & John JOHNSTON of 4th pt. Under the will of John JOHNSTON deceased, Sarah JOHNSTON was entitled to the sum of £3000. Thomas Kidd made over to the said Joseph Kidd and John Johnston parts of the lands of Umgola Drumarg & Downs in the actual possession of the said Thomas Kidd and his undertenants containing 49 acres and 38 perches English statute measure consisting of two divisions the Eastern and Western and other lands formerly reserved by John containing 32 acres 3 rods 22 perches English statute measure meared and bounded on the East by lands formerly in the possession of Andrew Davidson and late in the possession of Robert and James Stephen and Doctor Vogan and also by lands formerly in the possession of the Mr. Henry and late in the possession of Doctor Henry and by the Lord primate Richard Henderson, and a stream let on the West, partly by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan and partly by lands in the possession of Mr. William McWilliams and by lands formerly in possession of Owen Callaghan. but then in the possession of Mr Verner’s tenants on the North by land, then or late in the possession of William McCrum, and on the South meared and bounded by lands in the possession of Mr. John Jones and the said West division containing 16 acres one Rood and 16 perches English statute measure and is bounded on the East by the mill race of Umgola the mill and partly by the stream let running from the Spring Mill on which Western division there are flour mills and a malt Kiln erected and that malt Kiln is bounded on the East by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan bounded by the road and partly by a stone wall and also the tenant dwelling houses, offices and gardens formerly held by Arthur Jacob McCaw and his undertenants and then in the possession of the said Thomas Kidd and his undertenants situate lying and being in English Street in the city of Armagh containing in front to said Street 67’4” in the Parish, Barony and County of Armagh, with all the Mills waters water courses houses buildings and improvements there on and all the estate right and interest at law in equity of him the said Thomas Kidd

1836

7

229

1833-1839

 

DOBBIN  

1836

8

26

1836 April 18

Water Street, Newry

KIDD, John-GRIFFEN, Phil  
1836 April 18 NAMES: John KIDD; Philip GRIFFIN; Trevor CORRY; Samuel REID; Mary PATTERSON; Richard Jebb BROWNE; John CORBETT- all of Newry. NOTE: I have also included extensive quotes from grave markers to indicate how closely some of the neighbours were.

1836

8

51

1836 Apr27

Eadstown, Co. Wicklow, Upper Barony Talbot St

DIXON-GREENE

JACKSON, William, Anne & Hannah

Bwt Joseph DIXON of Mount pleasant, Co. Dublin assignee of the estate and effects of William JACKSON of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow, and insolvent debtor & the said William JACKSON of the 1st par; Anne JACKSON orse RIGGS wife of the said William JACKSON & Robert SHAW of Baltinglass, builder & William PAGE of Leinster St., Dublin Gent of 2nd pt Robert SHAW of Baltinglass afsd & Hannah SHAW orse JACKSON his wife, Alicia SHAW,and Esther SHAW both of Baltinglass spinsters of 3rd pt; Rev. Thomas Francis GREENE of Kilrandagh, Co. Wicklow Clerk…others..reciting lease of May 22 1746 btw Rev Richard BALDWIN, D.D. &Provost of Trinity College, & James JACKSON then late of Eadstown but then of Ffunary, Co. Wicklow ffarmer of the other part… Baldwin demised to James JACKSON all that part of Eadestown in possession of James JACKSON containing 154 a 1r land in Barony of Talbotstown, Co. Wicklow… reciting lease July 12 & 13, 1765 btw James JACKSON of 1 pt & William JACKSON of Baltinglass, butcher, son of James JACKSON… town and lands of Eadestown ..  reciting lease Nov 24 & 25 1771 James JACKSON leased to Alexander JACKSON… interest of William JACKSON became vested in his son Thomas JACKSON late of Baltinglass, Co. Wicklow deceased; ..reciting lease Apr 1 1801 Thomas JACKSON set to Thomas Eves GREENE half part of undivided t Eadestown.. indenture of settlement William JACKSON and his wife Anne JACKSON orse RIGGS Dec 5 1831 … complicate deed…Rev James SAUNDERS, & William JACKSON …intermarriage of Rev. James SAUNDERS Augusta Sophia Lloyd WILLIAM Nov 17 1828 …… Morley SAUNDERS

1836

10

73

 

Moylin, City of Limerick & Co. Tipperary

JACKSON, George & Lydia  - GLOSTER, Arthur

1836

10

231

1831 June 1

Shortstone, Co. Louth

BAILLIE, Robert-DARBY, Jonathon 1833-1839

Between Robert BAILLIE of Shortstone, Co Louth of 1st part & Rev Jonathon [Lonett?] DARLEY of Acton Glebe, Co Armagh of other pt. ... granted to DARLEY 205A 2R.

1836

11

121

1836 Jun 13

Butterfield Lane, Co. Dublin, B. Newcastle

JACKSON & ors-SHAW

JACKSON, John -SHAW, Esther

John JACKSON of Rathmines, Co. Dublin Gent & acting executor of Judith AHNUTY late of Rathfarm, Co. Dublin widow deceased of 1st pt…other names .. KIRKWOODs… Esther SHAW of Rathfarnham Co Dublin

1836

11

123

 

Charlemount, Co. Armagh, B. Newcastle

JACKSON, William – HALLIDAY, Robert

1836

11

123

1836 Jun 13

Moy, Co. Tyrone

Btw William JACKSON Merchant then of Moy, Co. Tyrone, merchant of 1 pt & Robert HALLIDAY of Belfast, Co. Antrim., merchant…. Houses & land in Charlemount, Co. Armagh

1836

11

280

 

Clonbrogan, Co. Tipperary, B. Middlethird

JACKSON, George – CLARKE, Patrick

1836

12

7

1833-1839

Anne Street, Shankill, Belfast

COULTER, Catherine-WELISTER, Ann

1836

14

29

 

St. Stevens Green, City of Dublin, Parish of St. Peter

JACKSON, Allan – BONSOL, John

1836

14

159

1833-1839

York Steet, City? Parish St. Peter

COULTER, John- HENRY, James

1836

15

80

1836 Aug 16

Drumcanver

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1836Aug16_LESLIE-OLIVER.html Deed of assignment between Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh, Gent of the one part Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER both of Ballyrea in Co. Armagh Gent of the second part. OLIVERs sold to David LESLIE part of the town and lands of Drumcanver formerly in possession of William LESLIE deceased & thereto held & enjoyed by Nathanial LESLIE in Manor of Loghey [?] Barony & Co. of Armagh 35 acres 2 r 30p in possession of Camack & Henry Mahallam. Witness Bernard McCARTEN & Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan.

1836

15

262

1836 Sep 27

Tullyhubart, Co. Down, Barony of Castlereagh

JACKSON, Margaret – CARLISLE, Hugh

Margaret ABERNATHY orse JACKSON of Balycreely Co Down widow of James ABERNATHY of Ballycreely farmer…. Catherine CARLISLE ors CLARK….

1836

16

9

1836 Aug 2

Cromwellstown, Co. Kildare, B. So Salt

JACKSON, Henry V. – GALWAY, William

 Btw Catherine PEASON orse READ of Glasnevin, Co. Dublin, widow of 1st part; Henry Vincent JACKSON of City of Dublin Attorney at Law of 2nd pt & William GALWEY of Baggot St, Dublin of 3rd pt reciting that Catherin PEARSON alias READ  by virtue of will of  r[?] PEARSON her father

1836

22

196

 

Backlane Birr

BREAKY, Robt-Drought

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

19/12/1836. Robert Breakey, Birr, Kings Co.  Two brothers: John & Francis.

1837

3

112

 

Tofsee Cremone

MILLS (includes McCULLAGH & BREAKEY)  

BREAKEY, Wm-Goudy, John

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

11/2/1837. Reference to William Breakey, USA.

1837

6

161

1833-1839

Hollywood, Co. Down, B. Castlereagh

COULTER, Robert-POWER, John

1837

8

207

 

Backlane Birr

BREAKEY, Rbt-Callwell, Natt

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

4/5/1837. Robert Breakey, Birr, Kings Co. Two witnesses: Obadiah Breakey and John Breakey, both Birr.

1837

10

56

1837 May 24

Laragh

OLIVER, William & Joseph - Belfast Bank

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1837May24_OLIVER-BelfastBank.html

Wm. OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan Gent & Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, son of William Gent of the one part & [3 directors] Belfast Banking Company for £450.13.11 secured by 50 acres of the townland of Laragh adjoining the western of the two mills erected by Joseph, William & Benjamin OLIVER & as formerly laid off by them and formerly in the actual possession of the said William OLIVER bounded on the north by the road to Castleblayney on the south by the mill race and on the east by the other of the said bleachmills and greens and on the west by the other part of the townland of Laragh [?] in the possession of the said Joseph, William and Benjamin OLIVER and also 5 acres 3 roods and 29 ½ of bog situate and being in the said townland of Laragh & Clonecarrow and also all that and those 15 acres adjoining the [?] of said two mills. [more description]

1837

11

185

1837 June 12

Laragh

OLIVER- Ulster Bank

See 1837-10-56. This is another Laragh mortgage this time with the Ulster Bank for £510 for the same lands.

1837

18

233

1837 Oct 24

Dublin

Btw John JACKSON formerly a Lieutenant in  in His Majesties Royal Cornwall Regiment of Militia and now of the City of Dublin a Captain in her Majesty’s Service & Bridget JACKSON orse POWELL, his wife of the  2nd pt & Jacob POWELL Junior of the City of Dublin… 500 pounds… lands on North side of Lissakelly [probably Lislahelly, Parish of Drumcliffe, Barony Carbury, Co. Sligo] and lands in the north east end of Glencarbury [Parish of Drumcliffe, Barony Carbury, Co. Sligo]… other lands mentioned – more than a thousand acres total. Marriage Apr 8, 1813.

1837

19

42

 

Aghavilla

GODLEY, John – O’BRIEN. Rev HENRY [No JACKSON or Aughaville]

1837

19

57

1837 Sep 14

Silverhill

M’LOUGHLIN-McCANN NOTES in 2009 diary

John M’LOUGHLAN of Silverhill, Co. Louth  farmer. Rudolph SMITH of Drogheda had demised to Judith REYNOLDS lands called Hachlim, Co. Louth 173 acres, Parish of Rildermark, Barony of Ardeau, Co. Louth (lots more details) reciting that a marriage was to be had between John M’LOUGHLAN & Mary REYNOLDS (daughter of Judith).

1837

19

91

1837 Oct 23

Tyrone

BROWNE-MAYNE NOTES in 2009 diary

Robert BROWNE of Terlurgan, Co. Tyrone Gent, eldest son & heir at law of Robert BROWNE of Terlugan, Gent, will annexed of 1st part Thomas BROWNE, Jane BROWNE, Elizabeth BROWNE, Charlotte BROWNE, the only other children of said Robert BROWNE ... George BROWNE of Derganagh, Co. Tyrone Gent of 4th part reciting indenture 4 Apr 1697 between James MOORE then of Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone Esq ... DOUGLAS family details .... lease to James BROWNE of Terlugan, Co. Tyrone, Gent (his son was Robert BROWNE) ... Thomas BROWNE, also son of Robert..

1837

19

103

 

 

BARTLEY-LEETON  

1837

21

167

1833-1839

Church St., Belfast

COULTER, Richard-GRAHAM, Mary

1838

3

124

 

Tipperary

MANNIN Co Tipperary & George JACKSON of same...-JACKSON

Catherine JACKSON of Mount pleasant

1838

3

125

1833-1839

Cavananore

BRADFORD, Thomas-DICKIE, Robert  wrong number

1838

3

130

1837 Aug 18

 

BROWNE & ors

Rev John BROWNE of Cheltenham & Maria Judith BROWNE otherwise HAMILTON his wife of 1st part & James HAMILTON the younger of Coolmount, Co Monaghan....Dacre HAMILTON dec’d....

1838

4

120

1833-1839

Gregg’s Lane, City of Dublin

COULTER, John-WHARTON, John

1838

5

48

1834 May 6

Carnbeg

COLEMAN-COULTER

1834 May 6 NAMES: Peter COLEMAN of Dundalk; Robert COULTER of Dundalk; Thomas COLEMAN of Dundalk; Thomas READ; Dr. HAMILTON; Major BROWNE; Robert BROWNE; Rev. Elias THACKERY; James PARK OF DUNDALK; James ROWAN; John TOWNLEY.

1838

5

49

 

 

COLEMAN-COULTER similar to above

1838

5

109

1833-1839

Stump, Co. Louth

COULTER, Thomas-DICKIE, Thomas  

1838

5

111

1833-1839

Dowdalls Hill, Co. Louth

COULTER, Samuel-DONALDSON, Alexander  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1838Mar10-COULTER-DONALDSON.html

1838 March 10 NAMES: Samuel COULTER of Molesworth; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Humphry STEVENSON; Joseph COULTER of Dowdalls Hill; DOWDALL; QUIGLEY; GEMON; FITZSIMMON; Samuel COULTER of Kingstown, Dublin; Thomas Elder FLEURY of Dublin; Walter GLASSCOCK. OTHER PLACES: Dowdalls Hill.

1838

6

53

 

 

RAIT-CHAPMAN  

1838

8

16

1833-1839

Cortnaliona, Co. & City Cork

BRADFORD, Wm Revd-HARDY, John Revd

1838

8

16

1833-1839

Cortnaliorna, Co. & City Cork

BRADFORD, Martha-HARDY, John Revd

1838

8

178

1833-1839

 

COULTER, Sarah-COULTER, Robert  

1838

8

266

1833-1839

York St, City of Dublin

COULTER, John-WHARTON, John

COULTER, Sarah E.=WHARTON, John

1838

9

87

1833-1839

Killen, Co. Louth

Diamond, City Dublin

COULTER, Thomas-COULTER, Robert  

COULTER, John E-WHARTON, John

1838

9

253

1833-1839

Castlecarragh, Co. Louth, B. Dundalk

COULTER, Thomas-COULTER, Robert  

1838

10

54

 

 

WOOLSEY-BIRCH  

1838

10

70

1833-1839

Tullyniskie, Co Down, B. L. Iveagh

GILLMER, James B-WAUGH, Hugh  

GILLMER, Eliza J-WAUGH, Hugh

GILLMER, Catherine S-WAUGH, Hugh

GILLMER, John-WAUGH, Hugh

GILLMER, Mary-WAUGH, Hugh

1838

10

110

1833-1839

Diamond, City Dublin

COULTER, Sarah E.-WHARTON, John

1838

13

50

1833-1839

Gt. George St, Belfast

BRADFORD, James-ATKINSON, Richard

1838

16

5

1833-1839

Tray,

BAILLIE, William-CAMPBELL, Hugh BAILIE-DeGUERRIN Marriage Article  

1838 August 15 NAMES: William BAILEY of Annaghvackey; Adelaide Louisa de GUERIN of Armagh; Hugh CAMPBELL of Warrenpoint; James CARLOW of Armagh; John STANLEY jr. of Armagh; Robert RIDDELL of Armagh; William BLAIR. OTHER PLACES: Tray aka Trea.

1838

22

6

1838 Oct 25

Tyrone

McCULLAGH Marriage Settlement  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1838Oct25-McCULLAGH-FISHER.html

NAMES: Rev. Andrew McCULLAGH aka McCULLOGH of Caledon; Marianne FISHER of Caledon; Robert McCULLOGH of Killnamuddy; Thomas McCARTER of Newbliss; Robert FISHER of Monree; Robert HAWTHORNE of Tandregee; Sarah FISHER of Monree; Richard TROTTER.

1839

6

18

1839 Mar 13

Killen, Co. Louth

DICKIE, John, Robert, Joseph, Eliza-DICKIE -1839 NOTE: This was in ROD under 1834-unk-018 – my error.  

Marriage Articles between Matthew PATTESON of Dundalk, woollen draper of 1st part & Robert DICKIE of Roachdale, John Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan, Robert DICKIE jr. of Killen & Rev Joseph DICKIE of Rathfriland, Co. Down executors named in will of James DICKIE late of Killen, Esq, dec’d of 2nd part. Eliza DICKIE of Killan, spinster, daughter of James DICKIE ...  1833

1839

9

87

 

 

COULTER-DONALDSON  

1839

10

110

1839 May 11

Killen, Co. Louth

COULTER-COULTER  

1839 May 11 NAMES: Dr. Thomas COULTER of Dublin; Robert COULTER of Dundalk; Charles [LYNAM?]; J.H. RANSON of Dundalk; John PURCELL; A. WILSON. OTHER PLACES: Killeen aka Killen and part of Kane called The Stump; Ballinshull aka Bailinfuil.

1839

18

233

1838 Dec 18

Clones

Aughafin, Co. Monaghan

BROWN, Isabella, Anne J., Mary, Margaret, James, Charlotte -  PHILLIPS 1833-1839

Between Isabella BROWNE of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland ; Thomas BAIRD of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland shoemaker Anee Jane BAIRD orse BROWN his wife; John CARSON of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland shoemaker & Mary CARSON orse BROWN his wife; Isabella McMAHON orse BROWN of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland widow; James LEONARD of Kilmarnock labourer & Margaret LEONARD orse BROWN his wife; & James & Charlotte BROWN of Crooked Holm near Kilmarnock, Scotland minors under the age of 21 all children of James BROWN of Clones, Co. Monaghan re: lands of Aughafin, Co. Monaghan, Barony of Dartry.

1839

18

266

1839 Oct 1

Monaghan

OLIVER, Charles

... Charles OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER of Baltimore named as trustees in will of Robert OLIVER of Baltimore but previously of Troopersfield...Charles OLIVER eldest son & heir at law of Robert OLIVER ...... annuities for widows and children of Presbyterian ministers ...

1839

18

271

1839 Oct 7

Belfast

Indented deed of assignment of trust 22 Jun 1839. Btw John BROWN the younger of Belfast 3rd son of John BROWN of same place builder and architect & John MITCHELL Gent son of Alexander MITCHELL of Belfast Esq of the other part.. BROWN to MITCHELL land in his actual possession a parcel of building ground on the south side of Chichester Street in Belfast containing in front  110 feet and in breadth in the rere 110 feet extended from front to rere 110 feet…. To confer the use and behoof of the said John BROWN party thereto and the 1/3rd pt of sd premises and to and for the use and behoof of Catherine Eliza BROWNE mother of the said John BROWN.. and to the use and behoof of Lawson Ainsley BROWN Catherine BROWNE and Thomas Henry BROWNE brotehrs and sister of the said John BROWN. The younger…

1839

18

287

1839 Oct 1

Monaghan

OLIVER, Thomas

Btw Robert Morgan GIBBS, Charles OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER all of Baltimore in the United States  Esq. Last will & Testament of Robert OLIVER of Troopersfield then of Baltimore dec’d .. lots of lands in Barony & Co Monaghan... all these and several lands and towns of Corcalin orse Corcallin Anna Martin Logan Drumganagh Mulladoe orse Blackhill orse Smithborough Coolsalagh Mullabrack Coolatty Annya Maghery Cor orse Corchan Gortenagh Clinbough Cornebade orse Balneknity with the farms and markets… in the Barony and Co of Monaghan

1839

19

98

1835 Feb 12

Annavackey, Co. Louth

BAILLIE, John Rev-Partition  1833-1839

BAILLIE, William-Partition

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1835Feb12-ATKINSON-BAILLIE.html

NAMES: Rev. Charles ATKINSON; Robert MURPHY of Marion Sq., Dublin; Robert Ellis BAILLIE; Rev. John BALLIE of Clonaleenan; William BAILLIE of Tray, Co. Monaghan; Stewart KING; John FOSTER of Collon; Sir John Charles HAMILTON, Bart.; Sir John Stewart HAMILTON, formerly of Dublin, deceased; Frederick HAMILTON of [Dunfreath?]; Frederick HAMILTON, Esq.; Richard HEATHERINGTON; Capt. Charles GRANT; Robert BAILLIE of Shortstone; Robert DICKIE of Clonaleenan; Thomas BRADFORD & Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore; John BUNTON; William PARKER; Arthur ELLIS; Walter GLASSCOCK.

1839

23

125

1839 Nov 13

 

McCULLAGH-BEATTY

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1839Nov13-McCULLAGH-BEATTIE.html

NAMES: William McCULLAGH of Dundalk; James BEATTIE, Rev of [Knockakean?] Lodge, Co. Armagh; Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore; Samuel BRADFORD late of Dundalk; Bridgit McKENNA; John NICHOLSON; Edward TOWNLEY; William Robert ROGERS; William HILL; John TOWNLEY; Lucas SHERLOCK.

1840

1

228

 

 

HORNER-MULLEN  

1840

4

104

1840 Feb 19

Co Down

Rev Joseph Leathly of Westmeath to James Sinclair MOORE of Newry. NOTE: Not of use to me.

1840

4

270

 

Waterford

GILLMAN-George Holmes JACKSON Digital record 10131

1840

4

271

 

Waterford

JACKSON-JACKSON Digital record 10133

George Holmes JACKSON of the 1st pt; George Bennett JACKSON of the 2nd pt and Charles John SAMPSON and & John JACKSON of the 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 13 May 1837  btw George Holmes JACKSON formerly of Glenmore, CO. Waterford but then of Dol[?friog?] in the parish of Bethgelert in Co. Merioneth [?] in North Wales Esq. of 1st pt & …SAMPSON & John JACKSON to George Bennett JACKSON… all that the sum of 7,000 pounds assigned by the related indenture … ands of Ballyduffultra and of and in the lands called Balygally situate in Co. Waterford. WITNESS John HUGHES of Bangor in North Wales solicitor & Richard ROTHWELL of 65 Lower Dorset St CO Dublin.

1840

4

272

 

Waterford

JACKSON-FOLEY Digital record 10134

George Holmes JACKSON now of Dolfrieg parish of Bethgelent Co Minonith in North Wales Esq. and Alicia JACKSON orse ALLEN his wife. Of the 1st pt. John JACKSON of Record Office Admiralty Whithall in Co. Middlessex England Esq. oldest son heir and appointee of said George Holmes JACKSON. Of 2nd pt. and appointee od George Holmes JACKSON of 2nd pt.John Whyte MELVILLE of Mt Melville, Saint Andrews, Scotland, Co. Fife, Esq. of 3rd pt. George Melville JACKSON now a midshipman of her Majesties ship called the Fly and Jane Catherine JACKSON, Maria Louisa JACKSON Margaret JACKSON and Elizabeth JACKSON spinsters and Robert JACKSON all of Dolfrog aforesaid younger children of said George Holmes JACKSON. Of 4th pt. & ArthurREILLY of Ballysaggartmore Co Waterford of the 5th pt … for and in consideration of 8980 pounds… sold to Arthur REILLY lands of Cooleshall which said eastern division is bounded on the north by the river Araghlin on thesouth by the river Blackwater on the east by the lands of Ballysaggartmore and on the west by part of the said lands of Coolishall. In parish of Lismore Barony Coshmore and CAshbride Co Waterford.

1840

4

273

 

Waterford

JACKSON-REILY Digital record 10135

George Holmes JACKSON – see above – lots of repetition.

1840

4

284

 

Aghaville

O’BRIEN-DEAN Digital record 10136

William Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla, Co.Leitrim, eldest son of Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & Richard DEANE of Killylevlin & Juliana DEANE, spinster dau of Richard DEANE... marriage arts incl land of Aughaville... and by virtue of will of Richard IRWIN therin recited the said Wm O’BRIEN entitled to lands .... after death of father.... Juliana DANE [aka DEANE] executor of her uncle Paul DANE. NOTE: IRWIN-JACKSON connections may be of interest here.

1840

6

25

1840 Mar 19

Dundalk

MARMIAN-BROWN

Deed of release btw Henry Richard MARMION Esq near Kibbereen, Co. Cork. & Elizabeth Barclay Eveans MARMION orse BROWN his wife & Rev John BROWN of Aberdeen Scotland quit claim 50 a Grange Park, Barony of Toome, Co. Antrim… also land on south side of Carrickfergus st, Belfast… formerly in possession of Charles GILLESPIE held by late John Brown dec’d father of said John BROWN BY LEASE 20 July 1767… land east side of Shankhill, Peters Hill St, town of Belfast..3 pages of deeds recited in Belfast incl on beside William BROWN, innkeeper, Belfast 7 one occupied by Robert JACKSON… also acreage….. John BROWN & Alan Gardener BROWN, his brother leases obtained 12 Jul 1828.

1840

6

31

1838 Jun 30

Dundalk, Co. Loth

Countess of Roden-BOYD

Lots of deeds recited…. Incl Grahm JOHNSTON, Dundalk…10 page deed…… incl Sportsmans Hall, Carranbeg, … tons of names incl Grace & Catherine BOYD and Margaret REID.

1840

8

64

1840-1849

Co Louth

DICKIE, Robert –WALLACE  

1840

11

57

1840 May 14

Monaghan

Robert BROWN-Thomas McCULLAGH

Robert BROWN of Glasgow, weaver of 1 pt & Thomas McCULLAGH of Derrivalley, Co. Monaghan, Gent.. Reciting indenture of lease 27 Dec 1796 by the late Thomas McCULLAGH of Derrivally, dec’d demised unto William BROWN since deceased all that part of the lands of Ednafirkin mentined held to him and lives of Archibald BROWN then aged about 8 years, son of John BROWN and Samuel BROWN party thereto all of Ednafirkin and Thomas McCULLAGH party hereto then aged about ten years son of James McCULLAGH of Shantoagh.… the late William BROWN granted, set and to farm let unto his son Samuel BROWNE a certain part or portion of said lands containing 4 acres Late Irish Measure… and wheras the said Samuel BROWNE having died intestate the said Robert BROWN party hereto his only son and heir at law stands possessed of title… whereas the said Thomas McCULLAGH agreed to purchase lands from Robert BROWNE for 141 pounds 11s 6p… NOTE: complicated deed – perhaps worth ordering.

1840

12

127

 

Aghaville

O’BRIEN-FARRIS Digital record 10138  101-0140

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsill, Co. Leitrim Esq. Of 1st pt & Charles Robers PEYTON of 2nd pt  of Castlecarrow, Co. Leitrim & Aleander FARRIS of Shannonbridge, Co. Leirim Esq ... 130 acres of Ahavilla for 99 years if O’BRIEN lives... Richard IRWIN...

1840

14

26

 

Enagh

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1840Apr6_OLIVER-OLIVER.html

Deed of Settlement 6 April 1840 between Andrew OLIVER of Enagh , Co. Armagh Farmer of the first part Mary Jane OLIVER otherwise HAYES wife of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part. William OLIVER jr of Killynure , Co. Armagh farmer, brother of the said Andrew OLIVER & James HAYES of Magherry Kilcranny, Co. Armagh father of the said Mary Jane OLIVER ... the trustees named by Andrew OLIVER and Mary Jane OLIVER £200 to Andrew OLIVER paid by James HAYES..

1841

9

132

1841 Apr 20

Moy, Co. Turone & Armagh

Rev Wm BROWN-Wm. L KIDD

Indenture of a lease btw Rev. William BROWN of Moy, Co. Tyrone, independent minister, executor of estate of Martha BOYD, spinster, dec’d of the one part. & William Lodge KIDD, Dr. of Medicine, of other pt. Demised tenement in English street then in possession of John McWATERS, bookseller. Bounded on the east by English St., on the West by the common passage adjoining the late Mary Mongomery’s garden on the north by the house formerly in the possession of Thomas ANDERSON dec’d  & then occu[pied by Surgeon BRICE & on the south by the house formerly in the possession of James WAUGH. Dec’d then occupied by  John Duncan, City of Armagh…NOTE: He was the father of Daniel Gunn BROWNE.

1841

16

267

 

 

ENNIS-RUTHERFORD  

1841

16

286

 

 

BLACKHALL-LITTLE  

1841

18

176

 

 

RUTHERFORD-RUTHERFORD  

1841

21

71

1841 Oct 28

 

COULTER, Thomas-DAVISON, Rev. David  County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

1841

21

241

1841 Nov 6

Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare

JACKSON-FAWCETT

Marriage settlement dated March 14 1839 btw William JACKSON of Ballygibbon, Co. Kildare. Gent of the 1st pt & Matthew JACKSON of Edenderry, Kings Co., Gentleman and miller, son of William JACKSON. Of 2nd pt. Margaret FAWCETT eldest daughter of Thomas FAWCETT of Edenderry of 3rd pt. Thomas FAWCETT, father of Margaret of 4th pt. marriage was intended shortly to be had. lands of Ballygibbon jointure, Parish and Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare containing 222acres 2 roods 32 perches for life of William JACKSON or for term of 21 years…92 acres was in the actual possession and control of William JACKSON… lengthy deed.

1841

23

22

 

Belfast

BROWN-DONNELLY

Rev. John BROWN of Aberdeen, Scotland  – Alan Gardner BROWN – not useful to me

1842

2

277

 

Aughaville

Acheson O’BRIEN & Charles Robert PEYTON mtg. No new info

1842

5

103

 

 

BARTLEY-BARTLEY  

1842

12

26

1842 June 8

Laragh, Co. Monaghan

William OLIVER- David LESLIE

Indented deed of conveyance bearing date 12 Jan 1835 btw William OLIVER of Laragh, Gent of 1 pt & David LESLIE of Drumaconver, Co. Monaghan of other pt. recited 2 indentures of lease 2 Sept 1815 btw David McTEAR of 1 pt & Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, , Co. Armagh, Gent; the said William OLIVER &  Benjamin OLIVER….

1842

13

77

1842 Jun 18

Dublin

JACKSON- Charles Robinson

Charles ROBINSON of ?? Road, Dublin of 1st part and Anne JACKSON, spinster of the other part. For the consideration of 250 pounds paid to Anne JACKSON transfer land on the south side of New Road from Rathmines to ??? called and known by the name of [Leinister?] Road & property in the possession of Thomas and John Richard JACKSON… in presence of Thomas JACKSON … Frederick JACKSON. NOTE: See Probate of John Richard JACKSON.

1842

13

78

1840-1849

Co. Louth

DICKIE, John T-DICKIE, John  

DICKIE, John T-DICKIE, Robert

DICKIE, Joseph, Rev-DICKIE, John

DICKIE, John -DICKIE, Robert

1842

13

264

 

 

BRADFORD-GRAYBURN  

1842

14

1

1840-1849

Co. Louth

DICKIE, Robert-DONALDSON, Alexander  

1842

17

8

1840-1849

Co. Louth

DICKIE, Mary A-DONALDSON, Alexander  

1842

18

222

 

Aghavilla, Co Leitrim

O’BRIEN, ACHESON, WELDON NOTES in 2009 diary  Nothing there

1842

18

257

 

Aghaville, Co. Leitrim

O’BRIEN, Acheson, WELDON

1842 Sept 1 Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla to William St. Lawrence WELDON, City of Dublin, Esq. Loan of 1000 pounds on mtg... incl lands of Aghavilla... original term of years granted by Lord Bishop of Kilmore. Witness: John FARIS of Henrietta St., Dublin, Gent & Thomas HARTE of Richmond Place South, Co. Dublin. NOTE: Cancellation books have the names WELDON & O’BRIEN connected with Cavananore after Griffiths. In terms of tracking David JACKSON’s connections, this may be significant.

1842

22

170

1842 Oct 6

Ballsmills

HILL-HILL

1842 October 6 NAMES: William HILL of Balls Mills; Esther HILL nèe COULTER; John HILL of Grange, Gorman Lane, Co. Dublin; Samuel McCORMACK; Francis McCORMACK; Richard NEIL; Patrick CONNOLLY; Peter MORGAN; Owen CONLON; Charles CROWE; Widow CONLON; William HILL of Dundalk; William Robert ROGERS. OTHER PLACES: Tullyumphry aka Tullyhumphry.

1842

23

53

1842 Nov 17

 Armagh & Monaghan

OLIVER, William - LESLIE, David

Btw William OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan Gent of the 1 pt; David LESLIE Esq. of Leslie Hill, Co. Armagh of the other pt. . Reciting an earlier deed dated Dec 20 1775 where Armour Lowry CORRY of Co. Tyrone Esq. assigned to George CRAWFORD of Cornacarrow, Co Monaghan Draper of the other pt. for the lives of George CRAWFORD, lessee, and Thomas CRAWFORD eldest son & Andrew CRAWFORD 2nd son. And also reciting deed dated Dec 25 1793 made btw George CRAWFORD of the 1 pt  & David OLIVER the father of Wiliam OLIVER of the other part re David OLIVER’s interest in the dwelling house and 35 acres of land in Cornecarrow which was assigned to William OLIVER who assigned to David LESLIE the dwelling house in Cornecarrow where George CRAWFORD formerly lived and 32 acres of land late Irish plantation measure which is in and about the said dwellinghouse, together with all houses bleach Greens and colliers’ houses made and erected thereon, and also the entire use in command of the water in the land adjoining said lands for the use of George CRAWFORD, bleach green and also 6 acres of bog or moss for sufficient firing for said premises in that part of the Red Bog in Cornacarrow aforesaid as same was formally in his the said George CRAFORD’s actual possession excepting and always reserving thereout all mines minerals quarries and all other royalties whatsoever. Recited indenture of 13 December 1776, and were possessed and enjoyed by the said George CRAWFORD, and his undertenants. To hold unto the said David LESLIE his heirs and assigns for and during the natural lives and life of the several Cestui qui vies [?] in the said recited indenture of 13 December 1775, or of such of them as were or are then living, and the survivors and survivor of them, and for and during the natural life and lives of all and every such other person and persons as should or might from time to time for ever their after be added to said term by virtue of the covenant for appropriate renewal contained in the lease of which indenture of the 13th day of December 1775. WITNESSES: Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, County of Monaghan and John DUFFY of Laragh County of Monaghan Gents.

1842

25

11

1842 Dec 19

Kildare & Kings Co

FOSSITT-TINKLER

Deed btw Thomas FOSSITT of Ballymurreen, Co. Wicklow but late of Edenderry, Kings Co. Louth & Sarah FOSSITT otherwise NORTH his wife of 1 pt; Harrington TINKLER of Portarlington, Queens Co. Gent & said Sarah FOSSITT of 2nd pt; Rachel FOSSITT, Mary Anne FOSSITT, Sarah FOSSIT, Charlotte FOSSITT, and Rebecca FOSSITT five of the daughters of the said Thomas FOSSITT and Sarah his wife of Ballymurren House aforesaid of 3rd pt; Matthew JACKSON and Margaret JACKSON otherwise FOSSITT, his wife late of Millmount, Kings Co. but now of Prosperous, Co. Kildare Gent of 4th pt..refers to earlier 1837 deed FOSSITT-TINKLER

1842

25

159

1842 Dec 21

 

LAWSON, George; OWENS,Edward; COULTER, Thomas-HALE, Henry

 County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

1843

6

82

 

Kings Co.

MANLEY-JACKSON Digital record 010146-8

Charlotte JACKSON of Kings Co widow of Matthew Henry JACKSON late of Milmount of Kings Co & mother & guardian of Robert William JACKSON only son & heir a minor. Indenture April 8, 1824 ... part of town & lands of Monstergri aka Millenough commonly known as Jackson’s Farm. 150 acres Barony of Coolestown, Parish of Monsteroris, Kings Co. NOTE: Sir Robert JACKSON tree.

1843

6

84

 

Aghaville

O’BRIEN-GIBSON Image 10149

Wm Acheson O’BRIEN, Drumken, Co. Fermanagh ^ Margaret GIBSON of Mullaloon, Co Fermanagh lease 16 Nov 1823 whereby Richard IRWIN to James GIBSON... William Acheson O’BRIEN died without altering his will – July 25, 1851.

1843

6

95

1840-1849

Louth

BAILLIE, Robert-BAILLIE, Margaret  

Margaret BAILIE widow and mother of Robert BAILIE of 1st part & William [Nassan?] IRWIN of Castleblayney re: lands of West Shortstone containing 205 acres 2 roods

1843

6

96

1840-1849

 

DOBBIN  

1843

8

159

1843 May 18

Brootally

OLIVER, Andrew & William - HANNAH, John  I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1843May18_OLIVER-HANNA.html

Deed of Settlement between Andrew OLIVER of Brootally, Co. Armagh of the first part. William OLIVER of Brootally, Co. Armagh, Uncle of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part the said William OLIVER and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore in the Co of Louth former trustees named in a certain deed of assignment bearing date 2 Sept 1841 of the third part. Anne HANNA of Tarakane, Co. Armagh spinster, 3rd daughter of William HANNA late of Taraskane aforesaid farmer, deceased of the fourth part and John HANNA of Taraskane (Faraskane?] aforesaid a trustee names and appointed to and for the several uses  .. of the 5th par. Whereby after reciting ... that a marriage was there intended to be shortly had and solemnized between the said Andrew OLIVER, therefore William OLIVER and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD granted to John HANNA Brootally lands .. 25 acres 3 roods 10 perches as described in the lease 1 Nov 1828 between Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park, Co. Armagh & James OLIVER of Brootelly in parish of Derrynoose ... lands of Killylea 18 acres 2 perches, parish of Tynan as described in the lease of 15 Aug 1830 made between Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House, Co. Armagh Bart & Henry Samuel CLOSE & John Tew AMSTRONG, both of the City of Dublin esq., executors of John MAXWELL, late of Fellows Hall Co. Armagh of the one part and William OLIVER of the other part. Witnesses: William OLIVER the younger of Brootelly, Co. Armagh, farmer & Saul HANNA of Terreskane, City of Armagh, Farmer. Witness David SCARLETT of Tynan, Co. Armagh. NOTE: There was a marriage bond between OLIVER, Andrew & HANNA Anne p. 55 of 2007 diary)

1843

8

230

1843 May 8

 

COULTER, Thomas-SEAVER, Anne M.

County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

1843 May 8 NAMES: Thomas COULTER of Sky Hill; Anna Maria SEAVER of Downshire Place, Newry; Jonathon SEAVER; Mr. FLEURY; Michael CASEY; Thomas SHEWELL deceased; William SUCH of Newry; George CRAWLEY of Fleury Bridge; [William?] GLENNY. OTHER PLACES: Killeen aka Killen, Co. Louth.

1843

15

31

 

 

SPEER-McCULLAGH  

1843

17

141

 

Aghavilla

Digital record 101-0141 & 0142

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & Robert Johnston GORE of Woodford, Co. Leitrim, Esq. Loan as part of portion with his daughter Maria Sarah O’BRIEN

1843

17

142

 

Aghaville

Not likely relevant. Image 10143

1843

18

5

 

 

McCULLAGH-McMORRAN  

1843

18

6

 

 

RUTHERFORD-McMORRAN

1844

 

10

 

 

O’BRIEN-KING  SEE Image 10151

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & John KING of Merrion Sq., Dublin

1844

2

8

1844 Jan 22

Co Cavan

Richard Taulman North of Thurland Castle, Co Palatine, Lancaster. He is transferring to Matthew WILSON the elder of Ashton Hall in parish of Corgrave, Co. York and Matthew WILSON jr of Kilwick Hall parish of Kilwick, Co. York.   Lands etc of Drumgoolan and Lissgrea in Barony of Castlerahan Co. Cavan. JACKSON ws about to reside  on the Continent…See also: The Norths of Ireland NOTE: These are lands that were likely held earlier by Samuel JACKSON (1641-1705)

1844

2

275

 

Downpatrick

William Henry BROWNE- John WARNOCK

Not needed.

1844

3

231

1840-1849

Marriage Art. Lots in Co. Carlow etc

NOTE: I found no Co. Carlow mention.

JACKSON, John-McCULLAGH, Jane  Marriage Articles

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1811_marriage_settlement_jackson_mccullagh.htm

NAMES: James McCULLAGH, sr. of Shantenagh; Elizabeth McCULLAGH; John JACKSON of Liscalgot; James McCULLAGH jr.; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Rev. Charles MOSSE; Thomas TERESON of Rosefield; Thomas TERESON jr.; John GILLESPIE; James SMITH; John SMITH; Essie COULTER; Philip SMITH; Thomas McMURRY; John DONALDSON; Walter GLASSCOCKE. OTHER PLACES: Drummuck

Note: I saw no mention of lands in Carlow – although my notes seem to indicate that was what the index entry said. This memorial parallels the 1811 version that I have on the site with a few more details added. NOTE: Perhaps a look at the deed rather than the memorial could be revealing.

1844

3

248

 

 

BLACK-WALLACE  

1844

7

10

1844 Oct 4

Aghavilla

Digital Record 0151-0153

Acheson O’BRIEN of Drumsilla & John KING of Merrion Sq., City of Dublin, Esq, Indenture of Mtg 7 Dec 1810 between Richard Williams NESBITT of Bellville, Co. Donegal Esq & Edward LAUDER of Cloverhill, Co. Leitrim Esq of 1st pt & Acheson O’BRIEN of 2nd pt & John LaTOUCHE of Marrion Sq City of Dublin Esq of the other.

Richard NESBITT & Edward LAUDER held under lease from Bishop of Kilmore [R. Rev John FORD] ... indenture Robert LaTOUCHE 1842 of Harristown, Co. Kildare ... 130 acres Aghailla

1844

7

51

 

Laragh

OLIVER, William - LESLIE, David

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1844July21_OLIVER-LESLIE.html

OLIVER in consideration of £2278 & interest granted land of Laragh & Carnecarrow to David LESLIE. Lands formerly held and enjoyed by David OLIVER (original lease 1775) Witness Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, Gent & George SADLER.

1844

7

53

 

 

SMYTH-SMYTH 

1844

8

133

 

 

McKEAN-NIXON  

1844

18

10

1840-1849

 

DICKIE, John T- Marr art  

1844

18

250

1844 Nov 23

Aghnafirkin

Deed of assignment btw George RUSK of Ednafirkin, Co. Monaghan & Jane BROWN also RUSK, his wife. Of the1 pt. & Robert RUCK of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan, Grocer of 2nd pt & George BROWN of 24 Merchants Quay, Dublin Gent of 3rd pt. transfer 6a Ednafyrken, Parish of Tullycorbet,, Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan. WITNESSES: James HAMILTON, Samuel BROWN, Archibald BROWN all of Ednafirkin, famers, all age 30 or more.

1845

 

 

1845 Mar 13

Aghavilla

LaTOUCHE-IRWIN

SEE: 2010 Image 10125

Peter LaTOUCHE of Belview, Co. Limerick & Richard IRWIN of Drumsilla, Co. Leitrim... various lands incl Aghavilla, Barony of Carrigallen by est 320 acres ... various lives incl Acheson O’BRIEN Capt of Leitrim Militia aged abt 35.

1845

1

107

1840-1849

 

DICKIE, Robert-IRVINE, Hill  

1845

2

71

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1845

4

194

1845 Feb 28

Moy

BARTLEY-BARRY

SEE  Image 10123

Thomas BARTLEY of Moy, Co. Tyrone, Gent & David BARRY of Moy, Merchant.

1845

4

264

 

 

William CHARLETON of 1st pt  Thomas DICKIE of CLonaleenan of 2nd pt Robert COULTER of Dundalk & Rev. David DAVISON reciting 1839 mtg btw Thomas COULTER & Alexander DONALDSON dec’d of Philipstown ... lands of Killen & Kane... lease 1794 ... natural life of Samuel Alexander COULTER, eldest son of Alexander COULTER then aged about __ years  [Note  - left blank in Memorial] & Joseph Arthur COULTER 2nd son of Robert COULTER, aged __ years.

1845

4

270

 

Aughaville

Peter LaTOUCHE to Richard IRWIN of Drumnella, Co. Leitrim... Aughavilla 327 acres 2 r Plantation Measure. Reciting April 8, 1814 ... William Acheson O’BRIEN signed as a devisee in the will of Richard IRWIN, lessee. One of the lives was Acheson O’BRIEN aged abt 35 – but I am unsure whether he was this age in 1845 or 1814.

1845

5

204

 

 

COULTER-DAVISON  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1845Jan7-COULTER-DAVISON.html  NAMES: Robert COULTER of Dundalk; David DAVISON of London; Unnamed JEFFRIE; Lennox BIGGER; James Neil McNEIL; Samuel McCULLAGH; Jonathan PURCELL. OTHER PLACES: Carnbeg; Carranmore; Ballinahattina aka Ballynahattin; Glebe; Townpark; Sportsmans Hall.

1845

5

264

1840-1849

 

DICKIE, Joseph, Rev.-DICKIE, Robert  

DICKIE, John T-DAVISON, David

1845

8

8

 

 

COULTER-COULTER   

1845

10

125

1845 May 30

 

COULTER, Thomas & Jane-CHARLETON, William

1845

14

26

1840 April 6

Enagh

Killynure

OLIVER, Andrew - OLIVER, William

Deed of Settlement 6 April 1840 between Andrew OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh Farmer of the first part Mary Jane OLIVER otherwise HAYES wife of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part. William OLIVER jr of Killynure, Co. Armagh farmer, brother of the said Andrew OLIVER & James HAYES of Magherry Kilcranny, Co. Armagh father of the said Mary Jane OLIVER ... the trustees named by Andrew OLIVER and Mary Jane OLIVER £200 to Andrew OLIVER paid by James HAYES..Ordered.

1845

15

38

1845 Sept 6

Aghavilla

William Acheson OBRIEN of Cloghla, Co. Leitrim of the first part & Paul DANE of Killyhevlin, Co. Fermanagh & Wm TREDENNICK of Fortwilliam, Co. Donegal trustees for marriage of Wm Acheson OBRIEN & Juliana his wife & Richard JOHNSTON of Grafton St., Dublin, merchant. Reciting indenture of 28 May 1740 between Richard MORGAN of City of Dublin Esq. & John IRWIN of Drumsillagh, Co. Leitrim ... lands of Aghavilla 304 A plantation measure.for the term of three lives ... and reciting that lease and release dated 29 July 1766 between David Latouche of Dublin Esq. Of the one part & Acheson IRWIN of Drumsilla afsd. ... David LaTouche demised to Acheson IRWIN... John FORDE of the City of Dublin demised to Richard IRWIN lands incl Aghavilly with covenant for renewal.. several renewals and lands vested in this Richard IRWIN and reciting that this Richard IRWIN was dead and by his last will and testament dated  13 Dec 1832 devised to Acheson OBRIEN father of William Acheson OBRIEN .. marriage of Juliana DEANE to OBRIEN ... renewal in 1845 with La TOUCHE.... loan from Richard JOHNSTON to OBRIEN for 600 pounds...

1845

15

38

1845 Sep 6

Aughaville

William Acheson O’BRIEN of Clogha, Co. Leitrim Esq. & Paul DANE of Killyhevlin, Co. Fermanagh & William TREDENNICK of Fortwilliam, Co. Donegal trustees... marriage of William Acheson O’BRIEN & Juliana his wife & Richard JOHNSTON of Grafton St, City of Dublin, Gent. Reciting indenture 28 May 1740 btw Richard MORGAN of City of Dublin Esq & John IRWIN of Drumsillagh, Co. Leitrim incl lands of Aghavilla, 304 acres.

1845

19

122

 

Monaghan

Wm BREAKEY-Thomas McCULLAGH 

Margaret BREAKEY-Thomas McCULLAGH

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

William Breakey, Annvill, farmer & Margaret Breakey, nee Mills.

1846

6

161

 

Carrichnaveagh

Campbell-BREAKEY, Humphrey

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

9/4/1846. Humphrey Thompson Breakey, Monaghan town, merchant. Reference to townland of Carrickneveagh & William Breakey deceased.

1846

9

165

1840-1849

Drogheda

COULTER, Jane-AKLAND  

1846

10

66

1846 June 10

Ballymore, Armagh

OLIVER, Catherine - KEENAN, Phillip

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1846June10_OLIVER-KEENAN.html

Between Elizabeth GUNNING of Armagh, Co. Armagh spinster of the first part, Catherine OLIVER of Armagh aforesaid widow executrix of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballymore in the Co. Armagh, Gent deceased of the second part & Phillip KEENAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Hotel keeper. Recited indenture…Elizabeth GUNNING did for the consideration as mentioned (by the directions and appointment of Catherine OLIVER) by way of conveyance only and not for only way of warranty of title did sell to Philip KEENAN … farm formerly in the possession of David OLIVER deceased in townland of Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, C. Armagh…mention of mtg & monies due…. refers to 1804 April 20 renewal lease. Witness Jacob BARRETT & John McKEE both Gents of Armagh. NOTE: 1804 was when Catherine HAMILTON married Joseph OLIVER.

1846

15

38

 

Monaghan

BREAKEY-STEENSON  

BREAKEY, Wm & BREAKEY, Martha-Stenson, Wm

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

10/9/1846.  William Breakey and wife Martha Mitchell.

1846

16

181

1846 Sept 29

Aghavilla

John GODLEY of Killegar, Co. Leitrim & John Robert GODLEY eldest son of John GODLEY – marriage settlement Charlotte Griffith WYNNE of Voclas, Co. Denbigh, Wales.... Rev James GODLEY of Beltebrurd, Co. Cavan.  ... & Rev Henry OBRIEN of Killegar, Co. Leitrim .. many townlands incl Aghavilla.

1846

17

136

 

 

DAVISON-Belfast Railway  

1846

19

124

1846 Nov 13

Aghavilla

Richard JOHNSTON of Grafton St. Dublin & William Acheson OBRIAN of Cloghla, Co. Leitrim Esq. & Anna DANE late of Daneville, Co. Donegal and now of North Cumberland St, Dublin widow of 3rd part reciting indenture 6 Sept 1845 between William Acheson OBRIEN and Paul DEANE of Killhevlin. NOTE: A complex legal case follows and the lands of Aghavilla were caught up in this. This could be the Jackson of Urker connection to Leitrim land (through the JOHNSTON-JACKSON connection).

1847

8

170

1847 Apr 24

 

Joseph COULTER- Robert WOODE. Nigel DICKIE deeds.

Not needed.

1847

13

16

1847 Aug 13

JACKSON, Henry Vincent

Conveyanance of Susannah PEARSON elder otherwise YEATES of Green Hills, Co Dublin widow and executrix of Henry PEARSON late of Ballybough Bridge Co. Dublin, Cooper, deceased of 1st pt. Henry PEARSON of Marrowbone Lane, City of Dublin, Cooper. William ALLEN of Green Hills, farmer. Hannah ALLEN otherwise PEARSON his wife… [other family details] William Henry JACKSON of Upper Mecklenburgh St., City of Dublin Esq of 3rd pt. Henry Vincent JACKSON was the sole executor of the will of Henry PEARSON. PEARONs released to William Henry JACKSON (ie in his actual possession) town and lands of Cranwellstown part of Kilteel, Barony of South Salt, Co. Kildare.

1847

18

275

1847 Nov 29

Aughaville

Drainage works – great long list & scads of it owned by Peter LaTOUCHE – but I couldn’t find Aughavilly in it.

1848

4

115

1848 Feb 21

 

COULTER, Thomas & wife; COULTER, Launcelot-COULTER, John Henry

County Louth Archives PP54/6/4

1847 May 15 NAMES: Thomas COULTER of Skyhill; Anne COULTER nèe DOWDALL; Launcelot COULTER of Killeen Cottage; John COULTER of Skyhill; George CRAWLEY of Killeen Cottage;Thomas SHEWELL, deceased; Unnamed COUGAN, COLEMAN, ROBERT & DILLON; William HILL of Ballsmills; Thomas CRAWLEY; Samuel GLENNIE. OTHER PLACES: The Hamilton Arms tenement.

1848

4

176

 

Fermanagh

Public Works Commission

James McCullagh Esq. of Corfadd, Co. Monaghan – loan approved of £400 for improvement of lands of Baragh Drumbulcan,  Barony Tirkennedy, Co. Fermanagh.

1848

5

36

1848 Mar 1

Corfadd, Co. Monaghan

McCULLAGH-Public Works

James McCullagh Esq of Corfadd,Barony of Cremorne, Co. Monaghan,  loan to McCullagh – owner “within the meaning of said act” of Corfadd,

1848

6

81

1848 Mar 13

 

WALLACE-DICKIE  

1848 March 13 NAMES: James WALLACE of Clements Lane, London; John Barklie WALLACE of New Orleans; O'Neal BAYLY of Belfast; William McNaghton DICKIE; George SWAYNE; George Hinton BOVELL; George Kennedy SMITH; Edward O'ROURKE; Robert TORRENCE. OTHER PLACES: The Muckamore Mills.

1848

6

207

1847 Feb 22

 

COULTER-POLLOCK  

1847 February 22 NAMES: John COULTER of Ballsmill; William POLLOCK of Dundalk; Thomas SHEWELL deceased; Samuel BRADFORD of Cavananore; John COULTER jr.; John TOWNLEY.

1848

6

272

 

 

McCULLAGH-Dundalk & Enniskillen Railway  

1848

19

186

1848 Nov 6

Dublin

JACKSON-PRONI T808/8257 Groves  Manuscripts

Memorial registered 6 Nov 1848 of Deed of 29 Dec 1845 between Anne JACKSON of Harcourt Street, Dublin City widow & Executrix of John JACKSON Esq. deceased of 1st part Fred JACKSON of same Esq. of 2nd part John Richard JACKSON a lieutenant in H.M. 20th foot regiment of 3rd part. Rev Thomas GREGG of Blackhall St. Dublin & Thomas Arthur Aughmuty KIRKWOOD of Glenbrook, Co. Dublin Esq. both of 4th part George Arthur BRERETON of Leinster Road, Co. Dublin Esq. of 5th part. Refers to deed of 22 Feb 1836 as to Coolatrindle &c Co. Wexford [NOTE: Parish of Kiltrisk, Barony of Gorey] Carigneslaney [NOTE: there are two townlands named Carrickslaney, one in Parish Aghade, and one in Parish Balone, both in Barony Forth. See Deed above Parish of Drumcliffe, Barony Carbury, Co. Sligo] SEE: 1866 probate of John Richard JACKSON. Also see his baptism: His brother Frederick had a child named John Richard JACKSON who was baptised at St. Peters. In 1847, Anne JACKSON, widow, had a house built that was mentioned in Title Deeds to Rathmines Public Library:

1848

20

19

1840-1849

Drogheda

COULTER, Jane-Railway Co.

1848

20

152

 

Co Down

CROTHERS-BREAKEY  

BREAKEY, Wm Rev-BREAKEY, Ed Rev

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

24/11/1848.  Marriage settlement for Rev. William Breakey, Loughbrickland & Jane Crothers, Banbridge; also reference to Rev Edward Breakey and Robert Luther Breakey, Dublin.

1848

21

283

1838 Dec 21

Philipstown

NOTES from Louth Archives – the date surprises me. It is out of synch with others

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1848Dec31-McEVOY-CHARLETON.html

1848 December 21 NAMES: Alexander McEVOY, Philipstown;William CHARLETON, Philipstown; Alexander DONALDSON late of Philipstown; James McEVOY.

1849

1

68

 

 

OSBREY-ROCHE (link to Patrick Adair BLACK)  

1849

1

124

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCREERY  

1849

1

125

 

 

McCULLAGH-HANNA  

1849 4 223 1849 Feb 24

Galway

[Later Kildare]

Thanks to Jan WAUGH - notes from Nick Reddan’s site:
A Mathew Jackson, farmer & grazier of Glauamada, co Galway, P1
B Marianne Alexander, spinster, d/o Frederick of Nelson St, Dublin, P2
C Frederick Alexander, gent, father of Marianne of Nelson St, Dublin, P3
D Morney Coppin, apothecary of South Great Georges St, Dublin, P3
E Thomas Christmas Nolan, gent, attorney of 17 Abbey St, Dublin, W
F Humphrey John Atkinson, medical student of South Great Georges St, Dublin, W
28 Feb 1849 /
Notes Marriage between Mathew Jackson & Marianne Alexander; he has a farm, farming stock and insurance etc [he was a widower, previously married to her cousin Margaret Fossitt]

Glennamaddy  Barony Ballymoe, Boyounagh Parish, Poor Law Union Glennamaddy

1849

8

27

1848 Sept 29

Aughavilla, Leitrim

JACKSON – Townland Indexes bk 296

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1849Aug27-JACKSON-Aughavilla.html

Although David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER (his wife) lived at Aughavilla after their marriage in 1838 (it was the birthplace of their first four children), this is the only Memorial connecting him to this townland that I have so far been able to find.

1849

9

44

 

Aughaville

Public Works document Proprietor John LATOUCHE of Harristown... various lands incl Aughaviila

1849

10

135

 

Aughaville

 

1849

16

61

 

 

BARTLEY-IRWIN  

1849

16

62

 

 

IRWIN-McKNIGHT  

1849

20

163

 

 

GRAY-CAMPBELL  

1850

2

118

 

 

Breakey – no details noted

1850

2

156

 

 

GORDON-McKAY 

1850

2

193

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1850

4

27

1840-1849

Louth

BAILLIE, Elizabeth-BAILLIE, John

1850

4

269

 

Monaghan Co

Carnaveigh

BREAKY, Humphrey T & James to Watson William & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

1/3/1850. Marriage settlement Humphrey Thompson Breakey & Isabella Gillis, Belfast; also reference to James Breakey, Carrickneveagh.

1850

11

155

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1850

17

133

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, John T-McDOWELL, John

1850

17

239

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, John T-DICKIE, Samuel  

DICKIE, Joseph Rev.-DICKIE, Sara

1850

17

240

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, Thomas-DICKIE, Robert

1850

18

204

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, Samuel-McCOMBE. Alexander

DICKIE, Thomas-McCOMBE, Alexander

SEE Also PRONI D462 223 also deed 1850 bk18 #204

Indenture between Samuel DICKIE of Killen, Co. Louth Esq & Thomas DICKIE of Trinidad in the West Indies, Esq. & Alexander McCOMBE of Darkley House … whereas indenture of 14 Nov 1806 between Alexander McCOMBE & James FORDE then of Dundalk Esq. since deceased  … part of the town and lands of Killen formerly in possession of Rev Wm NEILSON & Alexander McCOMBE, … Barony of Roach…  28 A 2r 12p … and a later indenture  31 Dec 1825 .. Robert GIBSON of 1st part … James FORDE of 2nd & James DICKIE then of Carrickistuck Esq. since deceased …for 2850 pd by James DICKIE … James DICKIE d 26 Aug 1835… bequeathed his lands to his brother Robert DICKIE of Roachdale since deceased/ John Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan and to his son Robert DICKIE of Killen and to his son Rev Joseph DICKIE .. details of trust …

1850

20

90

1850 Dec 21

Derryroosk, Co. Monaghan

OLIVER, Turner B

OLIVER, Hugh – FLETCHER, Thomas Henry

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1850Dec21_OLIVER-FLETCHER.html

Monaghan Lease 21 December 1850 between Rev. John OLIVER late of Derryroosk, Co. Monaghan but now of Belfast, Co. Antrim Methodist Minister. Hugh OLIVER formerly of Derryroosk now of Rockcorry Co. Monaghan, Farmer. Turner Barrett OLIVER formerly of Derryroosk but now of Dowdalls Hill near Dundalk, Co. Louth, Gent & Turner Barrett of Dowdalls Hill, Co. Louth Gent of the one part & Thomas Henry Fletcher of Newry, Co. Down of the other part. Sold lands of Derryroosk & also part of the corn mill of Aghnamullen …legal language.

1851

6

100

1850-1859

Louth & Carlingford

DICKIE, John T-PARKER, William

1851

11

243

1850-1859

Monaghan

BRADFORD, John-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Moses-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Robert-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Thomas-BRADFORD, Robert

1851

12

97

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER, Henry-CHARLETON, Wm  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1851APr28-COULTER-CHARLETON.html

1851 April 28 NAMES: Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; William CHARLETON of Philipstown; Ann COULTER of Carrickastuck; Andrew HAMILTON of Longfield; James TREACY; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Mary COULTER; Eliza COULTER; William COULTER; Ralph COULTER; Sarah Anne COULTER; John COULTER; Margaret COULTER; Richard LONDON [perhaps LONDAN] of Castletown; Joseph DICKIE; [Jos?] H. HARRIOT.

1851

12

213

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, Robert-TOWNLEY, John

BAILLIE, Elizabeth-TOWNLEY, John

1851

13

52

 

 

CLINTON-DEVERDON  

1852

1

280

1851 May 3

Monaghan

GILMORE, Samuel-COULTER, John  

1851 May 3 NAMES: Samuel GILMER of Liscalgot; Jane GILMER nèe COULTER; Thomas BURDEKEN of Manchester; Jessy BURDEKEN; Anne DEYELL of Northope in Upper Canada; Rev. John COULTER of Ballyhanwood, Co. Down; Rev. George Bartley COULTER of Kelly card Cottage, Monaghan; William HAMILTON of Castleblayney; James JOHNSTON of Castleblayney; Hamilton James JOHNSTON; John SMITH of Castleblayney; Andrew McMATH. OTHER PLACES: Mullahcrunk aka Mullycrock.

1852

2

147

 

 

McCULLAGH-ANDERSON  

1852

4

8

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD, Thomas-DICKIE, James 

DONALDSON, Joseph Rev.-DICKIE, James

DONALDSON, Mary-DICKIE. James

DICKIE, Alexander-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Elizabeth-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Elizabeth-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Jane-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Joseph Rev.-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Margaret-DICKIE, James

DICKIE, Mary-DICKIE, James

1852

4

9

1850-1859

 

JACKSON  

1852

5

215

1852 Feb 17

Louth

COULTER, John-COULTER, Lancelot  Wedding art

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1852Feb17-COULTER-LUNDY.html

NAMES: John COULTER of Skyhill, Co. Louth; Hannah LUNDY of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan; Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon, Co.; Henry CRANSON aka CRANSTON of Lisgar, Co. Cavan; Thomas SHEWEL of Killeen aka Killen, Co. Louth; Edward CRANSTON of Lisgar; Lawrence LEVINS of Carrickmacross; James Neale MACNALL.

1852

8

66

1852 Mar 30

Monaghan

BRADFORD, Moses-BRADFORD, Robert

BRADFORD, Robert-partition

Robert BRADFORD  sr. of Edenea Parish of Ballybay, Co Monaghan farmer & Moses BRADFORD of Edenea, farmer. They were entitled under an original lease 1 Dec 1785 under the will of their father to a certain part of the lands of Edenea for 3 lives renewable.. partition Robert BRADFORD entitled to 8 acres late Irish Plantation measure remaining after the portins already sold & Moses was entitles to 24 acres 1 rood 6 perches…in addition to 2 acres which Robert had sold to Moses … WITNESS: Joseph WRIGHT Monaghan. & Jeremiah NUNN.

1852

9

192

1850-1859

Monaghan

BRADFORD, Robert-BRADFORD, Stuart 

1852

10

101

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, James-BRADFORD, William J  

1852

13

38

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, Mary-DICKIE, Robert

1852

17

148

 

 

OLIVER, Turner Barrett

7 perches of land to the Dublin & Wicklow Railway.

1852

18

37

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD, Thomas-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, John-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, John T-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, Mary-PARKER, Mary

DICKIE, Ellen-DICKIE, Robert

DICKIE, Robert-DICKIE, Mary

1853

2

202

1850-1859

Fermanagh

COULTER, Ann-MOFFATT, James

1853

8

182

1850-1859

Armagh

COULTER, James-KILPATRICK, John

1853

10

61

 

 

OLIVER, Turner B

1853

10

214

1853 Apr 16

Lislooney

OLIVER, Benjamin & Letitia - DOBBIN, I have this deed

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1853Apr16_OLIVER-DOBBIN.html

George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy Co. Monaghan administrator of Benjamin OLIVER late of Lislooney. He seems to be the father of James OLIVER of Lislooney & Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON) wife of James OLIVER parents of Benjamin Robert OLIVER eldest son of James & Letitia. James & Letitia indenture of marriage 1830 June 18. Mentions Leonard DOBBIN of Gardiners Place, Dublin Esq. Lislooney, estate of Woodpark, Manor of Caledon formerly demised by indenture 1788 Feb 6 to & in possession of Arthur OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER & lately in the possession of James OLIVER refers to lease 6 Feb 1788 renewed 13 April 1829 & a debt judgement 1822 against Benjamin OLIVER for £400 to John BURNS. Witness Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon.

1853

18

211

 

Louth

DICKIE, John T-GILLICHAN, James

1853

27

237

 

Carnaveigh

Johnston, Wm-BREAKEY, Humphrey Th

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

28/10/1853. Humphrey Thompson Breakey; Carrickneveagh; witness William Breakey.

1853

32

208

 

Louth

DICKIE, Eliza-BELL, Thomas  

DICKIE, Robert-BELL, Thomas

DICKIE, Samuel-BELL, Thomas

DICKIE, Thomas-BELL, Thomas

1853

32

209

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE-deed of release PATTERSON  

DICKIE, Eliza-BELL, Thomas  

DICKIE, Robert-BELL, Thomas

1853

32

210

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, Eliza-BELL, Thomas  

BELL-HARDON  

1854

1

45

 

 

MURPHY-FRENCH  

1854

11

283

 

Monaghan Co

BREAKEY, John to Mullen, John & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

8/5/1854.  John Breakey, Drumskelt, linen draper; witness Jane Breakey.

1854

12

152

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1854

13

299

 

Carnaveigh

Lucas-BREAKEY, H Rev

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

6/1854. Humphrey Thompson Breakey; William Breakey, deceased.

1854

20

96

 

Monaghan Co

Carnaveigh

BREAKEY, Humphrey T to McMurry, Thomas & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

7/8/1854.  Humphrey Thompson Breakey; Carrickneveagh

1854

22

199

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD, William J-DICKIE, James

1854

22

200

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, Joseph Rev-DICKIE, Mary

1854

23

32

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD, Thomas-DICKIE, Thomas

1854

24

154

1854 Sept 19

Aghavilly

DISNEY-MILLER Marriage Settlement

Btw Rev Edward Ogle DISNEY of Newtownhamilton, co Armagh, Clerk Rector of the Parish of Newtownhamilton of 1st part & Matilda MILLER of the City and Co Armagh spinster of 2nd part Rev Charles MILLER of Ballymakenning, Glebe in the Co of Louth, Clerk & William MILLER of  Gardiners Place in the City of Dublin Esq of the 3rd part & George MILLER of City & Co of Armagh & the Rev James DISNEY of Kilyman Rectory in Co Tyrone.. after reciting will of Rev George MILLER father of Matilda one property to be divided between his 3 daughters: Elizabeth Ann & Matilda & appointed his sons Charles & William MILLER executors.... portion to John GODLEY at Killeger, Co. Leitrim Esq. And his son Denis GODLEY ... dozens of townlands incl Aghavilly. {the memorial is 4 pages long]

1854

27

82

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER, Lancelot-MAGILL, James

NAMES: Jane MAGILL; Launcelot COULTER of Killeen; William PARSONS; Thomas BRYAN; Samuel REID. OTHER PLACES: Edentubber aka Edentober; Clanlyard possibly Clontygora; Clanbrassil St., Dundalk.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1854Nov7-COULTER-MAGILL.html 

1854

31

58

 

 

McCULLAGH-BROWN  

1855

4

281

 

 

RUTHERFORD-BARTLEY  

1855

5

106

 

Drummuck

McCullough, James-BREAKEY, Sam

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

20/2/1855. Samuel Breakey, Balladian, farmer.

1855

10

214

 

 

MOORE-BARTLEY  

1855

10

215

 

 

MOORE-BROWNE (of Sligo)  

1855

10

219

1855 Apr 19

Tyrone

Deed of conveyance Robert WILEY of Curley als Cranny Co. Tyrne, famer administrator of the will of James WILEY of same with the will annexed of the will of James WILEY deceased of the 1st pt. Hanna WILEYof Curley als Cranny widow of 2nd pt & Dr. Joseph COULTER late of Drumconnis House in Co. Tyrone Esq. surgeon in her majesties ship Edinburgh of the 3rd pt. references an indenture dated1 Oct 1816 btw Mrs. Catherine BUNBURY of the one part & John STEPHENSON Joseph SCOTT Robert WILEY and James WILEY of the other part (wherin was recited deed dated 13 Dec 1770… covenant of renewal and also indenture of mtg dated 6 Nov 1840 btw James WILEY of the one pt and John COULTER of the other…. WILEYs made over to Dr. Joseph COULTER lands of   Curley or Cranny…

1855

17

134

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, John T-GILMORE, Sarah   

1855

23

251

1850-1859

Dundalk

BRADFORD, Samuel-McCULLAGH, William

1855

24

11

1850-1859

No denomination

COULTER, Thomas-COULTER, William

1855

32

247

 

Downpatrick

BREAKEY, Andrew Rev

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

20/12/1855.  Rev. Andrew Breakey, Killyleagh, Presbyterian minister, guardian of Anne Sweeney re marriage.

1856

8

67

 

 

McCULLAGH-BROWNE  

1856

9

133

 

Monaghan

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Belfast Railway

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

1/4/1856.  Humphrey Thompson Breakey; Carrickneveagh.

1856

9

171

1850-1859

Down

DICKIE, Joseph Rev.-HART, Henry

1856

10

237

 

Armagh

DICKIE, Joseph-ARMSTRONG, John

1856

11

276

1850-1859

Armagh

GILMORE, George-WADDELL, Margaret

1856

12

270

1856 May 14

Monaghan

BRADFORD, Thomas- Dundalk & Enniskillen 

DONALDSON, Barbara-Dundalk

1856

12

271

1850-1859

Monaghan

BRADFORD, Thomas- Dundalk & Enniskillen 

DONALDSON, Barbara-Dundalk

DICKIE, John T-Dundalk & environs

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1856May14-McCULLAGH-WALLACE.html

NAMES: James McCULLAGH of Derryvalley; Elizabeth McCULLAGH nèe WALLACE; Barbara DONALDSON nèe BRADFORD; Eliza DONALDSON of Bloomfield Place; Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg; Richard HENRY of Newbliss and Clones; John Thomas DICKIE of Clonaleenan; Alexander WADDELL; George BEATTY; James McCULLAGH, jr.; John TOWNLEY; Michael MASTERTON. OTHER PLACES: Drumgavney.

1856

18

204

 

 

DICKIE-McCOMBE PRONI D462.223

1856

19

80

 

Dublin City

BREAKY Isabella & Robt L to King, Patrick

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

5/7/1856.  Robert L. Breakey, Dublin & Isabella Breakey, nee Meares.

1856

24

254

 

 

McCULLAGH-GILLMER  

1856

27

183

 

Monaghan Co

Carricknaveagh

BREAKEY, Humphrey T & James to Watson, William

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

30/9/1856. James Breakey, Carrickneveagh, farmer & Humphrey Thompson Breakey, Carrickneveagh; William Breakey, deceased.

1856

30

62

 

 

John GODLEY father of William Alexander GODLEY marriage arts. Image 10129

1857

3

80

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1857

5

102

 

 

McCULLAGH-BOYD  

1857

5

103

 

 

McCULLAGH_BROWN  

1857

8

116

 

Monaghan Co

Down

BREAKEY, William Revd & anr to BREAKEY, Jas. Revd & ors

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

12/3/1857.  Rev William Breakey, Lisburn, Rev James Breakey Sheffield, Presbyterian minister, now trustee.

1857

20

284

1850-1859

Armagh

GILMORE, Margaret-DUNWOODY, Andrew

1857

23

38

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD, Thomas-CHARLETON, William

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1857Aug1-COULTER-CHARLETON.html

NAMES: Robert COULTER; Thomas BRADFORD; Alexander PARKER; Mary BRADFORD; William CHARLETON; Catherine DONALDSON; Joseph DONALDSON; Joseph DICKIE; Pat RUSSEL; R.A. THOMPSON. PLACES: Carrickastuck; Philipstown; Carnbeg.

1857

23

244

1857 Aug 8

Armagh

OLIVER, Catherine - KEENAN, Judith

Deed of Conveyance btw Catherine OLIVER of Armgh, Co. ARMAGH, widow of 1 pt & Judith KEENAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh, widow of 2nd pt. reciting indenture of renewal 13 Oct 1818 btw John MAXWELL & Joseph OLIVER, William OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER of other part… MAXWELL set to OLIVERs  all that farm of land which was then in his possession together with the bleaching mill & all other appurtenances in townland of Derryha, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh containing 87 acres English measure…term of 49 years rent 49 pounds sterling…covenant of renewal 5 Aug 1851 made btw William Jones ARMSTRONG of Kippure Park, Co. Wicklow Esq. of the one pt & Catherine OLIVER of other part….. the said Judith KEENAN had become entitled to the mtg debt of 300 pounds… in consid of which assigned interests to Judith KEENAN.  WITNESS: William Joseph JENKINSON, solicitor & Thomas STEPHENSON writing clerk

1857

34

134

 

Tullycorbett

EARLE-JACKSON  

1858

4

100

1850-1859

Louth

BRADFORD, John-BRADFORD, Thomas 

1858

5

152

 

 

McMORRAN-Dundalk Railway 

1858

7

156

1850-1859

Fermanagh

COULTER, Anne-MOFFATT, James Rev.

1858

11

298

1858 Mar 13

Louth

COULTER, John-COULTER, Lancelot  

1858 March 13 NAMES: John COULTER of Skyhill; Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon; Robert SIBTHORPE; Thomas SHEWELL; Thomas COULTER of Skyhill; Anna Maria SEAVER; Hannah LUNDY; Launcelot COULTER; Henry CRANSTON; Joseph DICKIE of Dundalk; John Askey DRANSFIELD; Edward GREER; A. ENGLISH. OTHER PLACES: Killeen aka Killen.

1858

17

178

 

Monaghan

Carrichnaveagh

BREAKY, Humphrey J-Robinson, John

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

15/6/1857.  Marriage settlement Humphrey Thompson Breakey & Jemima Graham, Belfast; reference to Carrickneveagh & William Breakey deceased.

1858

19

189

1850-1859

Kiltybane, Armagh

DONALDSON, Elizabeth-BRADFORD, Margaret 

1859

1

265

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCLAVE  

1859

10

45

 

 

OSBREY-MOORE (mention of Patrick Adair BLACK)  

1859

12

110

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

NOTE: see also negative search in PRONI D1968/11

1859

17

187

1850-1859

Down

BRADFORD, John- WADDELL, John

1859

17

195

 

 

BROWN-KEARNEY (long shot)  

1859

17

196

 

 

McCULLAGH-GILMORE  

1859

18

19

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER, Lancelot-BELL, Leonard

1859

21

73

1850-1859

Dundalk

COULTER, Lancelot-FEGAN, James

1859

25

140

1850-1859

Louth

DICKIE, John T-GILMER, Sarah 

1859

32

240

1850-1859

Louth

COULTER, Lancelot-DICKIE,  NAMES: Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon; John DICKIE of Moyles, Co. Monaghan; Russell PATTESON of Fairhill; Mountifest LONGFIELD; Charles James HARGRAN possibly HARGREAVE; WIlliam CARVILLE; Thomas George ROWLAND of Whitemills; Mary BELL aka CROZIER of Christianson; Sir John McNEILL.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1859Sep6-COULTER-DICKIE.html

1859

39

155

 

 

MILLS  

1859

39

156

 

 

MILLS-GOUDY  

1860

1

84

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, John T-WALLACE, Henry  

1860

10

224

1860-1869

Louth

BRADFORD, Thomas-agreement  

1860

11

27

1860-1869

Louth

BRADFORD, Thomas-Deed  

DICKIE, Alexander-Deed

DICKIE, Elizabeth J-Deed

DICKIE, James-Deed

DICKIE, John T-Deed

DICKIE, John-Deed

DICKIE, Joseph-Deed

DICKIE, Margaret-Deed

DICKIE, Mary A.-Deed

DICKIE, Mary-Deed

1860

13

220

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Alexander-TWIBILL, Anne

1860

16

229

1860 May 26

 

NAMES: Elizabeth JACKSON née McCULLAGH of Urker Lodge; John JACKSON of Liscalgot; Rev. Charles MASSÉ; Thomas TERISON Esq.; James McCULLAGH sr.; James McCULLAGH jr; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; John GILLESPIE; James SMYTHE; John SMYTHE; David JACKSON. OTHER PLACES: Drummuck, Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1860May26-JACKSON.html

1860

16

230

1860 May 24

 

NAMES: David JACKSON of Urker Lodge; Elizabeth JACKSON née McCULLAGH; William Henry OGLE of Newry; John GILLESPIE; James SMYTHE; John SMYTHE; Richard Jebb BROWNE; William Henry WOODS; Edward GREER; John HANBURY. OTHER PLACES: Drummuck, Parish of Ballybay, Co. Monaghan.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1860May24-JACKSON-McCULLAGH.html

1860

23

248

 

Louth

OLIVER, Turner - THOMPSON, Acheson

1860

24

195

 

 

McCULLAGH-DONALDSON  

1860

39

11

 

 

BARTLEY-BARTLEY  

1861

8

34

 

 

BARTLEY-ENGLISH 

1861

12

37

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Elizabeth J-DICKIE, Alexander

DICKIE, Margaret-DICKIE, Alexander  

1861

12

38

1860-1869

 

COULTER, Lancelot  

NAMES: John TOWNLEY of Ballymascanlon; Launcelot COULTER; James Wolfe McNEALE; James MOORE; Thomas Coulter DICKIE; James STOKES; Robert ROGERS; John HANBURY. OTHER PLACES: Mountpleasant aka Mount Pleasant; Culfore.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1861Apr10-TOWNLEY-COULTER.html

1861

14

63

 

Armagh

Rev Daniel Gunn BROWNE- Henry G. JOHNSTON

Rev Daniel Gunn BROWN of Glenburn, Co Armagh, Prebyterian Minister of 1st pt Robert McKINSTRY of Armagh, Co, Armagh Esq. Medical Doctor of 2nd pt & Henry George JOHNSTON of Fort Johnston, Co. Monaghan Esq, Trustee… of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture 22 Mar 1842 betw Rt Hon Ld John George BERESFORD, Lord Archbishop of Armagh of 1st pt, The Ecclessiastical Commission of Ireland of 2nd pt;  & Rev Wm BROWN of Moy Co Tyrone since deceased of 3rd pt. Reciting indenture of lease 2 May 1838 btw Archbishop of Armagh & William BROWN- renewal for 21 years of lands of Drumarg, part of the desmene lands of Armagh… 8 acres of townland of Drumarg… William BROWNE last will and testament  3 Jan 1844 bequeathed & devised to his only son Daniel Gunn BROWNE in trust for his wife Beatrice BROWN and afterwards for his son. And reciting that Beatrice departed this life 1850.. Daniel Gunn BROWN inherited land on Market St with several buildings and appurtenances  79 ft in front to English St. 250 ft in depth to the north adjoining Mr. BURGESSES’ 176 ft in the west… rent of 129 pounds 17s 10p. NOTE: I believe Rev Daniel Gunn BROWNE still held this land at the time of Griffiths Valuation. Will double check

1861

22

257

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Alexander-Receipt

1861

22

258

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Alexander-Receipt

1861

22

259

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Alexander-Receipt

1861

23

44

1861 Jul 8

Dundalk

COULTER, Mary [spinster]; LAWSON, George; OWENS, Edward-DUNN, Revd.?

County Louth Archives PP54/6/41860-1869

1861

34

45

 

Co Monaghan

BREAKEY, Wm & BREAKEY, Jane-Dundalk & Enniskillen Railway

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

1861.  William Breakey, Lislea, County Monaghan, farmer & Jane Breakey, widow, nee Renwick, his mother.

1862

9

63

1862 Mar 11

Meath

JACKSON-DALY

Deed of Assignment Dec 31 1861 between Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Co. Meath Esq. of 1st part Henry BLACKWELL of Dunleer, Co. Louth Gent of 2nd part & Robert Bedford DALY of Drogheda of 3rd part… various lands mortgaged: Corstown containing 26 acres or thereabouts on the lands of the Mountain containing 50 acres or thereabouts on to the lands of GortanKelly containing 12 acres the lnds of Dunleer all in the parish of Dunleer, Barony of Ferrard and Barony of Ardee CO Louth. WITNESSES: James F. SHEILDS and Gordon JACKSON both of Poles Co Meath Gents. NOTE: Probably Thomas JACKSON (?-1877) brother of Gordon JACKSON

1862

14

101

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Jane & Husb-TWIBILL, George

DICKIE, John T & wife-TWIBILL, George

1862

18

102

1860-1869

Armagh

BRADFORD, Samuel-SMITH, Robert

1862

24

224

 

Cavananore

McCULLAGH, Thomas-BRADFORD, Margaret  

1862

31

229

 

Antrim

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Butt, Ed.

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

9/9/1862.  Humphrey Thompson Breakey, Isabella Gillis, deceased.

1863

27

213

 

Monaghan Town

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Belfast Banking

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

13/8/1863.  Humphrey Thompson Breakey, mortgage.

1863

33

29

 

 

McCULLAGH-DONALDSON  

1863

37

232

1863 Nov 26

Dundalk

BRADFORD, Thomas-JOHNSTON, Arthur

Thomas BRADFORD of Carnbeg Co Louth Esq of the 1 pt & Arthur JOHNSTON of Dundalk Co Louth Solicitor. Demised lands two fields leading from the bridge from Dundalk bounded on the south and east by fields in the possession of Thomas REED Esq….

1864

3

267

1860-1869

 

BRADFORD, Moses-STEWART, John

1864

4

219

1860-1869

Armagh & Louth

COULTER, Lancelot-KENNY

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1864Feb4-COULTER-KENNY.html

NAMES: Launcelot COULTER of Ballymascanlon; Edward KENNEY aka KENNY of Killen; Charles McMAHON; William McBRITNEY; William Robert ROGERS jr.; Francis Louis KENNEDY.

1864

20

195

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, James-SCOTT

1864

24

136

 

 

REED-McCULLAGH Marriage Settlement  

1864

32

226

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1864

32

240

 

Newtownlimavady or Londonderry

OLIVER, Alexander

1865

1

275

 

Armagh

James HAYES-Sarah A. RIENY

1865

15

189

 

 

McCULLAGH-REED  

1865

17

157

 

 

McCULLAGH-McCULLAGH  

1865

29

1

1860-1869

Louth

BRADFORD, Samuel-DICKIE, Joseph

DICKIE, James-DICKIE

1865

33

118

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, John T-OLIVER, Mary  

1866

7

267

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, John-BOOTH, Joseph

1866

23

52

1860-1869

Louth & Carrickistuck

COULTER, Henry -JOHNSTON, Arthur  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1866Jul13-COULTER-JOHNSTON.html

1866 July 13 NAMES: Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; Arthur JOHNSTON of Dundalk; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Henry COULTER; Bernard CLARK of Mill Park; Augustus GRAHAM of Lisdoo; John McCABE; John M. NUGENT; Richard William McDERMOTT. OTHER PLACES: Castletown River; Shortstone; Cloughmaguigan; Barronstown.

1866

25

81

1860-1869

No situation

DICKIE, Joseph-KELLY, Michael

1866

25

82

1866 Aug 23

 

PRONI D1968/11 Negative search

RYAN-McCULLAGH

Deed 23 Aug 1866 B25 No 82 William RYAN 1st part Thomas McCULLAGH 2nd part John Wallace McCULLAGH Thomas McCULLAGH and Joseph DICKIE 3rd pt & James McCULLAGH 4th part NOTE: John Wallace McCULLAGH (1840-1895)

1867

3

233

 

Allistragh

Judgement against Henry CALVERT won by David GILLESPIE

1867

4

180

1860-1869

Monaghan

DICKIE, Joseph-CARLISLE, John C.

1867

8

102

1860-1869

Monaghan

DICKIE, Joseph-McCREEDY, Robert

1867

8

220

 

 

CHAMBERS-LANCASHIRE 

1867

10

270

1867 Apr 4

Louth

BAILLIE, Robert- BAILLIE, Robert

BAILLIE, Robert-GORDON, George1860-1869

Bet Robert BAILLIE of Shortstone of 1st pt & Robert Ellis BAILLIE Esq only son of Robert BAILLIE

1867

11

25

1860-1869

Louth

BAILLIE, Robert-BAILLIE, John Rev.

1867

18

241

1860-1869

Louth

DICKIE, Alexander-GILLICHAN, James

DICKIE, John-GILLICHAN, James

1867

21

226

1867 Jun 28

Armagh

DONALDSON, Elizabeth-JACKSON, Elizabeth  1860-1869

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1867Jun28-DONALDSON-JACKSON.html

NAMES: Elizabeth DONALDSON of Napolean Terrace, Belfast; Elizabeth JACKSON of Fernglenn, Newtownhamilton; James CORRAGHER; Patrick GARLAND; Alexander BELL; Francis WHITE; Henry Oliver BARKER. OTHER PLACES: Kiltybane.

1868

6

140

1860-1869

Louth & Carrickistuck

COULTER, Henry -JOHNSTON, Arthur  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1868Jan27-COULTER-JOHNSTON.html

1868 January 27 NAMES: Henry COULTER of Carrickastuck; Arthur JOHNSTON of Lisdoo; Alexander DONALDSON of Philipstown; Henry COULTER; Matthew Moore GRAHAM of Lisdoo; Edward FERRER; William ARNOTT. OTHER PLACES: Shortstone; Cloughmaguigan.

1868

12

186

 

 

BARTLEY-BARTLEY  

1868

30

278

1860-1869

Monaghan

DICKIE, Joseph-PARKER, William  

1869

4

292

 

 

BREAKEY, Samuel L Revd to Crowe Wainwrith

BREAKEY, Sam Rev-Wainwright Crowe

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

9/2/1869. Rev Samuel Leslie Brakey [changed spelling of his name], parish of Magheracross, County Fermanagh & Frances Louisa Matilda Crowe, Ennis, County Clare.

1869

16

62

 

 

IRWIN-McKNIGHT BREAKEY & BARTLEY  

1869

28

46

1860-1869

Louth

BAILLIE, John Rev.-KNAGGS, George

1869

32

144

 

 

BARTLEY-DIGNAM  

1869

38

149

 

 

BARTLEY-McCLATCHY  

1870

17

192

1870 Jun 11

Roscrea, Kings Co.

JACKSON-JACKSON

Memorial of an Indenture: between George JACKSON sr. of Laurel Hill, Roscrea, Kings Co. Esq. Constance Peppard JACKSON of Laurel Hill Roscea,  spinster & Bessie JACKSON of Laurel Hill, spinster all of 1st pt. George JACKSON jr. of Camden St, Dublin Esq of the other part… reciting that John Joseph JONES (then) late of Mount Salem, Co. Limerick Esq.  made his will dated Sept 6, 1864 & devised to his brother-in-law the said George JACKSON senior & the Rev. Robert KERR property in trust ……memorial mentioned his nephew Arthur Henry JACKSON. NOTE: These are JACKSONs in the Ballyboy Family Tree.

1870

21

277

 

Monaghan C

BREAKEY, Humphrey T & ors - Partition Order

1871

3

162

 

Down Co

BREAKEY, Sarah E & ors to BREAKEY, Thomas

Marr Arts Sarah Breakey & John Ellis Morton. NOTE: part of family land saga.

1871

7

285

1870-1879

Carlow

Thomas JACKSON – Wentworth TAYLOR

Thomas JACKSON – John D. VANSTON

1871

9

252

 

Co Monaghan

John W McCULLAGH to Margaret BROWN

1871

16

300

 

Co Cavan

James (jnr) McCULLAGH to William HENRY

1871

37

58

 

Monaghan C

Carricknaveigh

BREAKEY, Humphrey T to MontgomeryAlexr & anr

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

8/12/1871.  Humphrey Thompson Breakey re Carrickneveagh & Henrietta Frances Montgomery (otherwise Chornlery), widow, of Carrickneveagh; also reference to William Breakey, linen draper, & James Breakey.

1871

37

59

 

 

BREAKEY, Humphrey J-Montgomery, Alex

1871

37

59

 

Monaghan C

Carricknaveigh

BREAKEY, Humphrey T to Montgomery Alexr & anr

1872

9

161

1873 Mar 9

Ballymascanlon, Co. Louth

OLIVER, Elizabeth - KENNY, Edward

Btw Joseph CRAWLEY & William CRAWLEY both of the Cottage Ballmascanlon, Co. Louth and Elizabeth OLIVER of Dundalk, widow & Thomas WILSON Merchant and Maria WILSON otherwise CRAWLEY his wife of Greenisland Co. Antrim of the 1st part. Launcelot COIULTER of the Cottage Ballymascanlon Esq. surviving executor named in the last will and testament of George CRAWLEY, deceased of 2nd pt… lands of Killeen cont abt 21a… and other lands…

1872

17

72

 

Co Monaghan

James (jnr) McCULLAGH to Revd Patk FAY

1872

30

238

 

Armagh

Johanna HAYES-James BROWNE

1872

32

278

1870 Sept 26

Co. Leitrim

Reciting indenture of settlement 21 Sept 1826 marriage William WHITELAW & Eliza JACKSON – his daughter Mary Kidd JACKSON orse WHITELAW wife of Christopher JACKSON (lots more WHITELAW relations mentioned) Henry JACKSON... lands of Kilclammore in Bewry & Co. Leitrim.

1872

40

193

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY The number was also recorded as  1136

1873

1

123

1870-1879

 

STITT, William-Jane  

1873

2

119 & 120

 

 

Breakey – no details noted

1873

8

225

 

Aghavilla

O’BRIEN, ACHESON, PEYTON I had it as 8-225-207. Placing it here is based on a guess.

1873

46

101

1873 Dec 31

Cavananore,

Louth

OLIVER, Mary Jane - DICKIE C

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1873Dec31_OLIVER-DICKIE.html

Mary Jane OLIVER of Cavananore & Thomas Coulter DICKIE of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. A mortgage between John Thomas DICKIE of Phillipstown & Mary Jane OLIVER in consideration of £400 to Mary Jane OLIVER “all that part of the lands of Clonaleenan, Co. Louth.” 68 acres. Witness James HENRY Clones. William GIBBON, Dundalk.

1875

10

256

1875 Mar 3

Premises

George JACKSON – Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. See: 1884-6-182. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

Indenture made by George JACKSON of Knocknagoney, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & Robert GRIMSHAW of Redburn, Co. Down. Of other part… for sum of 2800 pounds by GRIMSHAW pd to JACKSON… ref to indenture 1866 May 25 btwn George JACKSON of 1st pt & John HARRISON of 2nd pt. for 3 acres 16 perches Cunningham measure bounded on the north by other lands of George JACKSON, on the east by the public road called the Knockmagoney Rd. on the west by lands of John HARRISON and on the south partly by lands of John HARRISON & John HERON… parish of Holywood, Barony of Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. Other lands in George JACKSONs possession from indenture1860 May 24… Capt. HARRISON … lots of other adjacent lands. WITNESS William Alexander BREAKEY and William John CHAMBERs both of Belfast

1875

20

203

1875 May 13

Meath & Kildare

William H. JACKSON – Henry V. JACKSON

Btw William Henry JACKSON of Mountjoy Sq. City of Dublin, Esq. & Mary JACKSON spinster his 2nd daughter of 1st pt & Luke CLIFF of Fitzwilliam Square City of Dublin Barrister of Law of 2nd pt… Henry Vincent JACKSON of Inane near Roscrea  Co. Tipperary of 3rd pt… marriage to be between Mary JACKSON & Luke CLIFF … William Henry JACKSON granted to Henry Vincent JACKSON town and lands of Cromwellstown and part of lands of Kilteel in Barony of Salt, Co. Kildare. NOTE: Could this be William Henry JACKSON (1822-1882) husband of Mary BOYD?

1875

20

204

1875 May 13

Meath & Kildare

William H. JACKSON – Henry V. JACKSON

See above for detail … transfer of 3,000 pounds sterling as part of marriage agreement…

1875

48

164

1870-1879

Kildare

William H. JACKSON – Wills C GASON

1876

28

135

1875-1879

Holywood

James JACKSON – William GARDINER

James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, farmer of 1 pt & William GARDINER of Holywood, Co. Down, Gent of the other pt… James JACKSON as executor of will of Andrew JACKSON deceased granted to Gardiner… lands and premises granted in 1846 Mar 20 land on the north east side of the street called the Share round running from the main street to the Kinnegar in the town of Holywood, Parish of Holywood, Barony Castlereagh, Co. Down… also liberty to build & rest timber on the adjoining wall of the dwelling house of John MENSILLY…

1876

28

156

1870-1879

Kildare

William H. JACKSON – James P. HAMILTON

1876

28

267

1870-1879

Kildare, Tyne, Donegal

Johanna V. JACKSON- James HAMILTON NOTE: I am guessing this would be Johanna Vincent JACKSON

1876

39

72

 

Drumskelt

BREAKEY, John & BREAKEY, Thomas-BREAKEY, Thomas Cov

Abbreviated notations compiled by author Ken Breakey

23/8/1876.  John Breakey, Drumskelt & Thomas, son, Elizabeth Ferguson, nee Breakey, wife of Isaiah, Mary Gillespie, nee Breakey, wife of Rev John Gillespie.

1876

44

211

1875-1879

Mountpottinger

John REID – John GILMORE

1876

44

251

1875-1879

Mountpottinger

James GILMORE

1877

12

262

1877 Mar 19

Carlow

Landed Estates to McCULLAGH

Memorial of an indenture 17 Mar 1877 refers to an indenture Jan 3 1720 btw Wm HUNT & John PHIPPS... land formerly held by Mary HARRIS widow... Benjamin BARTON... James HAMILTON... in 27th year of reign of Queen Victoria transfer of land after £540 pd to Elizabeth  J. McCULLOCH of Brighton Terrace, Sandy [?] Dublin, widow...£480 due to Elizabeth JACKSON the petitioner.... estate of Mary Ames JACKSON ... lands of Rattonpeile 10A 3R 11P in town of Carlow ... # 9 & 10 Carlow St... [Note this was a lengthy memorial, and I haven’t a clue of half of what they were on about].

1877

16

263

 

 

OLIVER, Elizabeth - WILSON, Thomas Notes in 2009 diary See beneath re: Ballymascanlan Cottage, Co. Louth

1877

28

240

1875-1879

Ballymachan

Thomas JACKSON-Wm EWART

1877

51

266

1877 Nov 30

Ballywooley. Co. Down

James JACKSON – Robert McQUISTON

James JACKSON of Ballygrainey, Co. Down, Gent of 1st pt & Robert Jackson BELL of Ballywooley, Co. Down, Gent of 2nd pt & Robert McQUISTON of Belfast Esq., Co. Antrim.. James JACKSON by the direction of Robert Jackson BELL granted lands in recited indenture  of 1729 Aug 12, and recited mtg of  2 Jan 1852… town and lands of Ballywooley alias Ballywoolie 142 acres , parish of Bangor, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down… sum of 2,500 pounds & interest…

1877

60

259

1877 Apr 14

Ballymascanlan Cottage, Co. Louth

OLIVER-WILSON Notes in 2009 diary

Between Elizabeth OLIVER presently residing at Ballymascanlon Cottage in Co. Louth, widow of the 1st part & John McILWAINE of Newry, Co. Louth Gent of the 2nd part & Thomas WILSON of Ballymascanlon Cottage, Co. Louth of 3rd part (Maria CRAWLEY, sister of  Elizabeth OLIVER was married to Thomas WILSON) ... in consideration of 10 shillings paid to Elizabeth OLIVER by said Thomas WILSON ... she, Eliza OLIVER by said Thomas WILSON did grant ... to Thomas WILSON .. (her) undivided 5th share or part, or other her estate & interest of or in the rents and profits of said lands of Clontygord containing 693A 1R 33P called Clontygora North & that part of the lands of Clontygora South containing 552A 16P in Parish of Killeavay, Barony of Upper Orier & Co. Armagh & also that part of the lands of Edentobber containing 446A 6P Barony of Lower Dundalk, Co. Louth ... arising out of the said lands and charged theron by the will of the said Launcelot COULTER deceased and also all that the said sum of £1000 costs at present in the hands of the said Thomas WILSON being the actual and proper money of the said Elizabeth OLIVER ... upon trust for the said Elizabeth OLIVER ... until the intended marriage (what marriage???) WITNESS: Thomas CAREY of Newry, solicitor; William STINSON of Newry, book keeper.

1878

3

221

1875-1879

Holywood

John JACKSON – John JACKSON

1878

41

271

 

Armagh

James HAYES-Matthew HALL

1878

46

95

1878 Oct 10

Ballynafeigh, Co. Down

John LENNON-Anthony JACKSON.

Trustees re marriage of  Sarah LENNON with Anthony JENNINGS of 1st part (many names)  & William Milo de Rune BARCLAY of 2nd pt…Anthony Thomas JACKSON, architect of Belfast… land in Ballynafeigh… 22 acres 20 perches… farm known as Prospect in Parish of Newtownbreda, Barony of Castlereagh…

 I suspect he is one of the Quaker JACKSONs

1878

46

95

1875-1879

Prospect

John LENNON – Anthony JACKSON

1878

49

267

1875-1879

Ballynickle, CO. Down

John DOUGLAS- William JACKSON

1879

11

55

1879 Feb 22

Co. Louth

STITT, William-STITT, Alexander 1870-1879

Between William STITT of Derryfalone, Co. Louth farmer of one part & Alexander STITT of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh Merchant of the other part. William STITT granted to Alexander STITT ... life insurance policy & also town and lands of Cregganduff containing 37A, Parish of Creggan ... WITNESS: William Addye SIMSON of Armagh, solicitor & William James DONALDSON of Newtownhamilton.

1879

14

277

1875-1879

Holywood

John JACKSON – Hugh McGURK

1879

58

201

1870-1879

Carlow

William JACKSON – Henry B. BUROTN

1880

11

279

1880 Mar 4

Meath

Gordon JACKSON – William LANE

CROSSLE-LANE

A Memorial of an indenture of Mortgage made the twenty-seventh day of January one thousand eight hundred and eighty between James CROSSLE of Amahoe House in the County of Tyrone Esq of the first part. Gordon JACKSON of Rath House in the County of Meath Esquire of the second part and William LANE of Derrylavin in the County of Monaghan, Esquire William Doolan SMITH of Castleblayney in the County of Monaghan Esquire and Andrew Foulis McMATH of Thornford in the County of Monaghan Esq of the 3rd pt.

Reciting an indenture of mortgage  4th Nov 1857 by Thomas JACKSON to the said James CROSSLE  to secure the sum of 4000 pounds with interest . The will and the death of said Thomas JACKSON and that the principal sum of £1900 still remained due on said mtg…. in consid of £1900 at the request of Gordon JACKSON paid to the said James CROSSLE by the said William LANE, William Doolan SMITH & Andrew Foules McMATH … then transferred to the three the lands formerly called the two Raths land but now known as Rathe, a sub-denomination of the Poles of Newcastle contining 401 a 2r 23 perches statute measure Barony of Morgallion, Co. Meath.  Referencing deed 4 Nov 1857. WITNESS: Robert Ellis BAILIE of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, solicitor & Thomas JACKSON of Lisnaboe, Kingscourt.

1880

60

259

1880 Dec 20

Killylea

OLIVER, John - ARMSTRONG, Henry B Notes in 2009 diary

OLIVER, William

In consideration of £350 by Henry Bruce ARMSTRONG of Killilea, Co. Armagh. Esq pd to John OLIVER … and of Trustee William OLIVER owner and petitioner and of David JACKSON and others … grant to ARMSTRONG part of lands of Lisdrummond containing 66A 2R 4P … lands of Drumgar 1A 34 P excepted by the 36th Division of Trinity College Dublin Leasing & Perpetuity Oct 1851. Excepted from Sir James Matthew STRONG … former conveyance of said lands 16 Feb 1869 between STRONG & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER … (relating to) indenture 15 Sept 1837 between Rev Joseph LEATHLY of the one part & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER of the other part. Schedule included:

Part of the lands of Lisdrummond [66.2.4], the lands of Knockagraphy [24.3.6] & part of lands of Drumgarr [1.0.34]. Tenant: William KNIPE-Robert KNIPE£150. Agreement dated 5 Nov 1867 between William OLIVER of the one part & Robert KNIPE of the other part … (lots of detail). WITNESS: Edward ARCHER. (NOTE: see Chart p104 2009 black diary)

1881

7

95

1880-1884

Sandsend Field

Anna JACKSON – Richard M. DOUGLAS

1881

7

95

1880-1884

The Elders

Anna JACKSON – Richard M. DOUGLAS

1881

11

280

1880-1884

Holywood

Anna JACKSON – Richard M. DOUGLAS

1881

17

140

1880-1889

Armagh

Elizabeth JACKSON – Richard FINCH

James Francis WATSON, Brisbane, Australia, Gent & William JACKSON of Bankfield near Kirkham, Co. Lancaster, Gent  & Mary Ellen SUTCLIFFE of Southport in said Co., widow of 2nd pt. Elizabeth JACKSON wife of said William JACKSON of 3rd pt…. more names, all having a piece of the action .. land in Lurgen in north east side of town.

1882

6

164

 

Keady

PRONI D889/2/53 OLIVERs may also be in this one. See PRONI notes. Wrong #

1882

35

24

1880-1884

Ballywooley, CO. Down

Louisa BELL- William DONALDSON

1883

29

6

1880 Jul 12

Armagh

Indenture between Henry JACKSON of Cara, Co. Fermanagh, Esq. of 1 pt; Andrew Craig ROBINSON of no 31 South Mall in City of Cork, Esq. of the other part. Reciting that Samuel KIDD by his will dated 17 Sep 1860 give all his real estate to his two son in laws: William Nasau IRWIN, MD and the said Henry JACKSON. Upon trusts… probate of his will 15 Oct 1860… JACKSON & ROBINSON now trustees. WITNESS; John Dudgeon & Francis Durbin COWEN both of Clones Co. Monaghan.

1883

29

6

1883 Jul 12

Leitrim & Queens Co. & Monaghan

Henry JACKSON – Henry JACKSON & ors

Henry JACKSON of Car. Co. Fermanagh Esq of one pt.. see above for more detail. Charlotte IRWIN, wife of William Nassau IRWIN  …. Lands at Bohey, Co Leitrim, &Tirkeeran, Co. Monaghan for use of Henry JACKSON…. Lands at Ballybrophy.

1883

43

57

1883 July 23

Ballymacarrett,

Co. Down

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON, of Belfast, Co. Antrim, architect…. Very long lease. Lots of land description. NOTE: b: 10 Jan 1840 in Belfast d: 30 Nov 1886 in Sydney, NSW, Australia. SEE: Quaker JACKSONs

1883

43

58

1880-1884

Ballymagowen Quarries

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON

1883

43

58

1880-1884

Magherascouse & Quarries

William R. JACKSON – William B. RITCHIE

William Ridgeway JACKSON

1883

45

220

1880-1884

Newtownards

Edward McCALL – William JACKSON

1884

6

182

1880-1884

Belfast Lough Foreshore

Jane JACKSON - Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE.

SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down. See: 1876-10-256.

1884

6

182

1884 Feb 1

Holywood, Co. Down

Jane JACKSON - Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE.

Jane JACKSON of Garden Lodge near Holywood, Co. Down, spinster; Matilda JACKSON of Garden Lodge, spinster; John SIMMS of Newtownards, Co. Down, draper; John DAVIDSON of Turf Lodge Co. Down, farmer trustees… George JACKSON…. Will…annuities … 89 acres 2 roods  36 perches…bounded on  the north by a road running in an easterly direction from the High Road leading from Belfast to Holywood and partly by land the property of William LANGRIDGE in the east, Lower Castlereagh, Co. Down…. And land on the foreshore bounded by lands of Knockmagoney being part of what was conveyed for the Belfast Holywood and Bangor Railway…. To Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down. See: 1876-10-256.

1884

18

260

1884 Apr 7

Ballyagherty

William JACKSON – Alice JACKSON (or BAILIE).

Btw. William JACKSON of Ballyagherty & Alice Jane JACKSON otherwise BAILIE, wife of William JACKSON, farmer.. lands in Ballyagherty containing 10 acres 2 rods Cunningham measure – held by William JACKSON as a yearly tenant under James Charles PRICE Esq. at yearly rent of 13 pounds 2s 2d … farm formerly belonged to Alice BAILIE before her marriage to William JACKSON WITNESS: Thomas DUNWOODY of 13 Lombard St., Dublin.

William JACKSON died 1884: Administration of the personal estate of William Jackson late of Ballyaugherty County Down Farmer who died 9 April 1884 at same place were granted at Belfast to Alice Jane Jackson of Ballyaugherty the Widow. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

1884

19

51

1884 Apr 3

Clontinglore

Christine JACKSON – Malcolm THOMPSON

Malcolm R. THOMPSON & W. Moffatt CLOW …executors of William THOMPSON deceased… judgment against Christina JACKSON, a widow of Clontinglore, Saintfield, Co. Down (Townland of Clontinglare, Parish of Kilmore, Barony of Upper Castlereagh). NOTE: She died in 1890. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

1884

38

208

1880-1889

Armagh

David JACKSON – John CASTLES

David JACKSON of Ballivary, Co. Armagh, farmer. Not my Jacksons.

1884

44

69

1880-1889

Carlow

Joseph JACKSON

1885

1

275

1885  Jan 7

Carlow

Joseph JACKSON

 Joseph JACKSON of Carlow, Co. Carlow… dwelling houses outhouses yard and premises known as #11 Tallow St., Carlow based on lease of 1851

1885

3

34

1885 Jan 16

Londonderry

David JACKSON – William J. GUTHRIE

John JACKSON and David JACKSON both farmers of Ardgarvin Co Londonderry farmers Townland of Ballymully Barony of Kennaught, Co. Londonderry & 64 acres in Ardgarvin…

1885

33

3

1885 Aug 7

Leitrim

Henry JACKSON – Henry JACKSON & ors

Btw Henry JACKSON of  Cara, Co. Fermanagh Esq of the one pt & Henry William JACKSON of #3 Lower Fitzwilliam Rd., City of Dublin barrister at law, son of Henry JACKSON…. Transferred part of lands of  Kilclaremore cont 201a 3r  2p statute measure & lands of Kiltynasinagh cont 64 a 31 p & lands of Mullaghaneigh cont 58 acres and part of the town and lands of Selfanmoran (foremerly called Gurteen) cont 64 a all situate in the Barony & Co.Leitrim.

1885

35

283

1880-1889

Leitrim & Queens Co. & Monaghan

Henry JACKSON – Henry JACKSON & ors

1886

5

295

1880-1889

Monaghan

Sidney JACKSON & ors

Between Sydney JACKSON of Castleblayney, Monaghan, Esq & Robert William GRIFFIN of #63 Baggot St., City of Dublin, L.L.D.. Land in Castleblayney… 24 feet in front  and backwards towards the commons 350 feet.…Landlords: Gustavus BROOKE of Castleblayney, Esq. Andrew Foulis McMATH of Thornford, Co. Monaghan Esq. & James McKEAN of Laragh, Co. Monaghan ….

1886

36

253

1886 Aug 7

Ballypriomore, Antrim

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

A judgement and ejectment obtained by Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON, both merchants of Larne, against George Alexander JACKSON of Boghead, Islandmagee, Co. Antrim, famer…. Sum of 920 pounds…. NOTE: These are the JACKSONs of Islandmagee.

1886

45

209

1886 Mar 5

Antrim

George A. JACKSON – Luke JACKSON

NOTE: These are the JACKSONs of Islandmagee.

under JACKSON of Boghead, Islandmagee, Co. Antrim farmer of the 1  farmer and James Holmes JACKSON of Larne,  owner did assign to Luke JACKSON and James Holmes JACKSON…  of Ballypriormore, Parish of Islandmagee cont 24 a Plantation measure… George Alexander as yearly tenant  under Viscount Dungannon…

1887

8

257

1885-1887

Carsonstown

John JACKSON – John FRAME

1887

8

257

1887 Feb 22

Ballyagherty, Co Down

John JACKSON – John FRAME

Johns JACKSON of Carsonstown demised lands in Carsonstown, Parish of Saintfield to  John FRAME  cont 9 acres 2r  17p

1887

12

258

1885-1887

Carsonstown

John JACKSON – Samuel ANDERSON

1887

45

279

1885-1887

Ballyhackamore

William J. DUNLOP – James F. JACKSON

1887

47

178

1885-1887

Barnmaghery. Co. Down

Robert MARTIN – Elizabeth JACKSON

I suspect she is related to Anne Jackson late of Barnemaghery County Down who died 9 December 1888 at same place were granted at Belfast to Gardiner Jackson of Barnemaghery Farmer the Husband. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down.

1888

8

4

1888 Feb 21

Raffery, Co. Down

William JACKSON jr. – Robert KELLY

Btw William John JACKSON of Raffery CO. Down, Farmer… 24a

1888

17

101

1885-1887

Ballymacarrett

Belfast Provincial Bank – Jane JACKSON

1888

49

188

1880-1889

Kildare

Susan F. Hon JACKSON –William COLLES

A long deed with many parties inclusing The Rev Alexander Cosby JACKSON Co.? (Middlesex?) & his wife the Hon Susan JACKSON of the 13th pt. NOTE: This would be Susan Francis JACKSON wife of Rev. Alexander Cosby JACKSON. Their daughter Augista Frances converted to Catholicism.

1888

52

54

1885-1887

Ballymacarrett

Agnes HENDERSON – James JACKSON

1888

56

214

1885-1887

Ballyregan, Co. Down

Hill MAGEE – Thomas S. OLIVER

1888

58

18

 

Armagh

Jams HAYES-Wm WEATHERHEAD

1889

3

113

1885-1887

Ballymachan

Sir Thomas McCLURE – Thomas JACKSON

1889

12

300

1885-1887

Ballynickle, Co. Down

William JACKSON – James C. SMITH

1889

14

219

1885-1887

Knocknagony, Co. Down

William JACKSON - Robert Grimshaw DUNVILLE

1889

23

94

1885-1887

Ballyhackamore

James JACKSON & ors -  Patrick BURNS

1890

7

131

1890 Feb 5

Kildare

James JACKSON – Robert JACKSON

Memorial of indenture btw James JACKSON of Davidstown, Co. Kildare, Farmer of 1st pt & Robert JACKSON of Ballyshannon Mills, Kilcullen, Co. Kildare farmer of other pt…. in consd of 100 pounds pd by Robert JACKSON to James JACKSON…sell… lands of Wevill, Ballyshannon & Carrighill cont 73 acres 3 rods Irish Plantation measure.

1890

17

182

1890- 1894

Ballymacarrett, Co. Down

James JACKSON – James A. STEWART

1890

31

223

1890- 1894

Ballymacarrett, Co. Down

John S. JACKSON – Samuel MURPHY

1890

33

183

1890- 1894

Georges St

Samuel STEWART – John S. JACKSON

1890

33

183

1890- 1894

Woodstock Rd

Samuel STEWART – John S. JACKSON

1890

53

288

1890- 1894

Ballymacarrett, Co. Down

John S. JACKSON – John McB STEWART

1891

19

266

1891 Feb 16

Elders the, Co. Down

John JACKSON- Richard Magennis DOUGLAS (very long deed – lots of other names). John JACKSON of Melbourne, Australia of 1st pt; Fanny Lyster KING otherwise JACKSON wife of John KING of Earlsfield Road Wandsworth Common in Co Surry, England, merchant & Archer Bayley JACKSON of Westcoft Oakhill Rd., Putney Co Surrey, England Esq of 2nd pt ;Henry O’Neill JACKSON of City of Londonderry steamboat agent of 3rd pt; Jane Bayley JACKSON, spinster city of Londonderry 3rd pt…. James Kennedy JACKSON gent of Albert Rd., Teddington, Co. Surrey. England gent of 8th pt; … Ann JACKSON of Westcroft Oakhill Rd., Putney, Co Surrey England  widow of 10th pt; … will of James Kennedy JACKSON deceased… Anna JACKSON executor of will of William Archer JACKSON [d 1878 in Londonderry] … land on south west of Shore St, town of Holywood abt 60X203’… called “The Elders”… ref to indenture of Apr 1, 1840 lately in occupation of John JACKSON, parish of Holywood, Barony of Castlereagh, Co. Down …lease of portion dated Mar 1, 1839 between John JACKSON and John JACKSON jr. for term of 900 years… sublease 21 Dec 1856 btw James Kennedy JACKSON of one part & John POOLE. SEE: Jackson Probates in Co. Down. NOTE; Many people in this family seem to have been based in London. A will for Archer Bayley JACKSON was probated 1941,to Annie Evelyn KING. A will for Fanny Lyster KING, wife of John KING was probated to Annie Evelyn KING. Henry O’Neil JACKSON is age 42 in the 1901 Irish Census – born in Londonderry, Episcopalian, and residing in Londonderry with his wife & three children. He died at Balliniska, Springtown on 9 Jun 1911 and his will was probated to his wife Annie Wilson JACKSON. Effects £173 9s 3d. James Kennedy JACKSON was a solicitor in Belfast (will probate 1875).

1891

19

266

1890- 1894

Holywood, Co. Down

John JACKSON – Richard DOUGLAS

1891

19

266

1890- 1894

Lands End Field, Co. Down

John JACKSON & ors – Richard DOUGLAS

1891

19

266

1890- 1894

The Elders, Co. Down

John JACKSON – Richard DOUGLAS

1891

20

297

1890- 1894

Ballymacarrett, Co. Down

Ezekiel JACKSON – Belfast Banking Corp

1891

25

142

1890- 1894

Holywood, Co. Down

Richard DOUGLAS – Henry O’Neill JACKSON

1891

25

142

1890- 1894

Lands End Field

Richard DOUGLAS – Henry O’Neill JACKSON

1891

25

143

1890- 1894

Holywood, Co. Down

Henry O’Neill JACKSON – Mary IRVINE

1891

25

143

1890- 1894

Lands End Field, Co. Down

Henry O’Neill JACKSON – Mary IRVINE

1891

25

143

1890- 1894

The Elders, Co. Down

Henry O’Neill JACKSON – Mary IRVINE

1891

43

109

1890- 1894

Holywood, Co. Down

Henry O’Neill JACKSON – Mary E. McILROY

1891

57

222

1890- 1894

Ballynafeigh

James JACKSON – Second Royal Mutual

1891

57

262

1890- 1894

Carsontown, Co. Down

Hugh McCONNELL – William J. JACKSON

1891

57

263

1890- 1894

Carsontown

William J. JACKSON – Hugh McCONNELL

1892

13

112

1890-1899

Kildare

James JACKSON – John LaTOUCHE,

1892

15

73

1892 Mar 13

Kildare

Ann JACKSON – James SPENCE

Memorial of an indenture of a marriage settlement made by Anne JACKSON, widow of Parke Ave, Sandymount, Co. Dublin of 1st pt; William SMITH of Hollingstown, Co. Kildare of 2nd pt; Isabella M JACKSON (to be married) of Parke Ave Sandymount spinster of 3rd pt. & James SPENCE of 7 Lower Sackville  St., Dublin, Gent & Robert SAUNDERS of Edenderry, Kings Co., medical doctor, trustees of the 4th pt. … reciting indenture dated 10 July 1866 Frederick LINDSAY granted unto Anne LINDSAY.. lands of Killina as described in lease of 3 Jan 1825 when held by John LINDSAY & Joseph LINDSAY… granted 14 Sept 1868 granted to Anne JACKSON… secondly lands of Collinstown in Barony of Carbury, Co. Kildare abt 262 acres…

1892

15

85

1890- 1894

Ballymacarrett, Co. Down

Thomas JACKSON – William MILLAR

1892

21

235

1890- 1894

Barnamaghery

John JACKSON – John THOMPSON

1892

32

188

1892 July 14

Derryfalone, Co. Louth

STITT-WALSH 1880-1889

Between Fanny STITT of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh widow of the one part & Michael WALSH of Dundalk, Co. Louth, shopkeeper of the other part ... in consideration of £650 paid to Fanny STITT ... farm of land known as Derryfalone & Barronstown ... lately in occupation of Fanny STITT and then in occupation of WALSH ... Fanny STITT tenant by virtue of Land Law Ireland 1881. WITNESS: Thomas W. KILPATRICK, solicitor & Thomas WRIGHT, solicitor, both of Armagh.

1892

40

155

1890-1899

Armagh

James JACKSON Declaration of Trust

1892

45

119

1890- 1894

Castlereagh, Co. Down

Samuel ANDERSON – Margaret JACKSON or GIBSON

1892

46

56

1890- 1894

Cultra

Ulster Bank – William J. JACKSON

1893

35

45

 

 

Researched by Ken BREAKEY The number was recorded as 1045 – but I suspect #45

1893

36

116

1893 Jun 10

Monaghan

Sidney JACKSON, Gent farmer.

Registration of 147 acres 1 rood 23 perches of land in Longfield, Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan  & 29 acres 2 roods in Killabrick

1893

36

117

1893 Jun 10

Monaghan

Sidney JACKSON Gent farmer.

Registration of 71 acres 30 perches in Longfield, Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan

1893

36

118

1893 Jun 10

Monaghan

Sidney JACKSON Gent farmer.

Lands of Corcuilloge containing 38 acres 1 rood  & 35 perches  & part of  Coolderry, Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan

1893

36

147

1893 May 23

Kildare

William JACKSON – Kate MURRAY

Memorial of a deed of charge btw William JACKSON, famer and his wife both of Brewel, Co. Kildare of 1 pt & Kate MURRAY of Fryanstown, Co. Wicklow… land of Brewel 32 acres, Barony of Narragh & Reban East, Co. Kildare. To Kate MURRAY….Michael LYNCH of Naas, law clerk, subscribed as witness.

1893

51

32

1893

Monaghan

Sidney JACKSON of Longfield

Public works payment under grants syste.

1893

63

247

1890-1899

Armagh

Elizabeth JACKSON

Irish Land Commission. James JACKSON sr. of Toberhewney, Lurgan, Co. Armagh, famer died 28 May 1890,and his son & heir died 28 Dec 1890 leaving his younger brother Joseph JACKSON heir at law. Land was vested in his mother Elizabeth JACKSON, the widow.

1893

81

3

1893 Mar 11

Armagh

David JACKSON – John JACKSON

Btw John JACKSON of Derrycorr, Co. Armagh, famrer of 1st pt & Anne Jane JACKSON, Rebecca JACKSON & Esther JACKSON all of Derrycorr of 2nd pt; James Henry JACKSON of Derrycorr, farmer of 3rd pt & David JACKSON of Derrycorr famer of 4th pt…. townland of Gallrock, Barony of Neiland, Co. Armagh

1894